Today, Pastor Lutzer introduces us to three people who struggled with depression and suicidal thoughts. If you face these same struggles—or know someone who does—we pray that these stories will be a source of great encouragement to you.
We all know how it feels to be disappointed in the wake of an election. But as a Christian, how should we handle that disappointment? This week, Pastor Lutzer reorients us to an eternal perspective.
Many pastors have been asked lately, "Is COVID-19 the judgment of God?" That's a complex question, and this week, Pastor Lutzer gives his answer. We pray that this video will help you to process and think biblically about the current situation we are facing both nationally and globally.
It is clear that the impact of COVID-19 on the global economy will be—and already is—tremendous. But could this move us in the direction of a far more concerning outcome? And will we as Christians stand firm in our convictions even if the consequences are serious?
Life is uncertain. Nothing exposes this more than the crisis of COVID-19. And yet, God is completely in control. Do we trust Him even in the midst of this pandemic?
Some think that religion and politics shouldn't mix. But politics and morality are often intertwined—and so we as Christians must adhere to the truth when politics impinge upon Scripture.
As believers, we are one in Christ—not because we share common interests, but because we share a common life! And this bond far transcends any political opinions or disagreements.
This is a time for realism, reflection, and remembering.
No doubt the coronavirus will continue to spread and the number of those infected will increase before it decreases. Meanwhile we can expect the stock market to remain volatile and many will panic as we navigate this medical, cultural, and economic storm.
We all know about computer viruses and some of us have written blogs that we hoped would “go viral.” But who would have thought that we would be humbled and stupefied in the presence of an international virus that does not affect our computers, but far worse, attacks ...
The church of Jesus Christ is not a political party. In a day of division and hostility, we must remember that the cross of Jesus Christ unites us.
As Christians, it is crucial for us to recognize that the flag of our nation—or any other nation—must be subservient to the cross of Christ. This is especially true at times when the cross is in opposition to the flag.