Yamá: ‘Dia di dianan’ Pa hopi e ta un temporada di bunita memoria. E selebrashon di Kristu Su nasementu na Bètlehèm. Pa otronan e ta un bon oportunidat di hasi negoshi. I pa algun otro tambe e tin nifikashonnan pagano. Kon abo ta selebrá Pasku? Historia, mito i tradishon Den e Hemisferio Nort den desèmber,…Continue Reading
Questions to ponder: 1. What should our priority be? We as Christians know what is good and what is evil. We should be the light of the world, but if our eyes are dark, our whole body will be in darkness (Matthew 6:23). How can we speak against popular evils such as abortion, same-sex marriage,…Continue Reading
The origin of Halloween. Ages before the birth of Christ the countries England, Scotland, Germany, France and Ireland were inhabited by people called Celts. They celebrated their new year called Samhain on the 1st of November which was the end of the summer and the harvest time. They believed that on New Year’s Eve, the…Continue Reading
Dios stima tur hende, pero Dios odia pika. Beibel ta bisa ku tur hende mester para dilanti Dios riba e dia di huisio. Hebreo 9:27 ta bisa ku tur hende ta hanja un chens di bida, i despues ta bin e huisio. Bo a kibra kualke unu di e 10 mandamentu nan? Kristu Hesus ta…Continue Reading
Transgenderism has consequences Those who think biblically (building their worldview on the Bible—beginning in Genesis) know that despising God’s design of male and female (Genesis 1:27), ignoring biological reality, and heavily emphasizing these things to children will have real-world consequences. We’ve already detailed some of those consequences in previous articles and blog posts—for example, the…Continue Reading
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