I’ve been contemplating on writing about Michael Jackson ever since the famous singer passed away simply because his death was the buzz of the blogsphere and was headline news all over the world. It seems that I can’t seem to find anything to write about him because I am really not a fan. However I [...]
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I should have blogged about this topic weeks ago, but decided to put it off until now. I really felt the pressing need of the work of Bible Translation when Pastor Lloyd Estrada, director of “Sa Bawat Wika” gave his presentation and sermon on the importance of Bible translation in mission work.
The Purpose Driven Life has not doubt left a mark on 21st Century Evangelical Christianity. In a 2005 Survey conducted by George Barna, American pastors, leaders and ministers point out that it is one of the books that have influenced their ministries greatly.
Atheist in London has raised £135,000+ (Close to $200,000.00 U.S) to engage in an active bus advertising campaign. About 800 buses all over England were tapped for the bus advertising campaign. Atheist says they not only plan to do it in the United Kingdom but that they will probably continue to spread it around the [...]
Years ago while attending a Baptist Youth Congress, I heard that during the conference, a young man was taught what the gospel is all about by a Bible student. After saying the “sinner’s Prayer” the young man was asked by his friends if he was already “saved.” With a look of surprise the young man [...]
We are in the verge of a world financial meltdown. Markets are going haywire! It as if we are riding on a horrible roller coaster ride that never seems to end. The glees on the faces stock market brokers has now become a face of gloom. In times likes these, we really need some good [...]
The parable of the old violin is not one of the parables of Jesus. The parable of the old violin is not really the title of this inspirational piece. I decided to name it the “parable of the old violin” to optimize for the keyword “old violin.” (Guerilla blogger’s strategy)
The parable of the prodigal son is perhaps one of Jesus most famous parables and probably the best loved parable of all times. The story has found its way in the arts through paintings, stage plays and sculptures. The parable of the prodigal son has also found its way in literature and even popular music.
Coming from a fundamental Baptist Background we were always taught that women should not wear pants. According to our pastors the reason for such is that the Bible says in Deuteronomy 5: 22 that “The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman’s garment: for [...]
Such similar words could be uttered by lovers in this month of hearts. But such words were not uttered by one lover to another, rather these words were uttered by our Lord Jesus Christ as recorded in John chapter 21 verses 15 to 17.
This is my last blog for Sunday, starting next week I will only be blogging from Mondays to Fridays. If you want to know my new blogging schedule and the reason why I have will not be blogging on weekends, check it out here.
John MacArthur is the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California since 1969, and is the president of The Master’s College (and the related The Master’s Seminary) in Santa Clarita, California. He is a prolific writer and minister noted for his radio program titled Grace to You.