Join us on Wednesday, June 24th 2020 at 5 pm GMT (12 pm US Central Time) as we read and discuss the book of Matthew together on live stream.
Reading and discussion of the Book of Genesis chapters 30 through 34.
Join us on Good Friday, April 10th 2020 at 5 pm GMT (12 pm US Central Time) as we celebrate the death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ together on live stream!
Reading and discussion of the Book of Genesis chapters 1 through 5. Join the Bread of Life Channel each Wednesday at 5 PM GMT to read and discuss the Bible on live stream!
People sometimes have the idea that the Bible is a difficult book to read, but most of it really isn’t difficult. The Bible is an amazing book that reveals who God is and tells us the highlights of God’s history with humanity. Much of the Bible is exciting, some of it is a bit dull, and some parts are horrifying, but all of it is enlightening, and it has a great ending that includes you. This video is a short introduction to what is in the Bible, along with an invitation to read the Bible with me on live stream.
Coronavirus is becoming a significant concern that is causing fear in many people. When something like this happens, people wonder why and sometimes falsely attribute natural disasters and epidemics to God. Is God responsible for Coronavirus? We can look at the life of Jesus to get the answer to this question. Jesus had one response to sickness: he cured it. We should consider God the healer of sickness, not the bringer of sickness. This video explores God’s work in the world and how it relates to Coronavirus and to your life.
Many people feel completely alone in this world. Even some people who are rich and famous and seem to be surrounded by people who adore them still feel lonely. In this video, I hope to help those who have felt in despair because of loneliness by sharing some words of truth from the Lord Jesus. The truth is that you are never alone.
O Holy Night produced and arranged by Sam Hashemi, sung by Rebekah Davis.
Original song composed by Adolphe Adam with English lyrics by John Sullivan Dwight.
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