What is the relationship of apologetics and discipleship? Many believers falsely thought in the past that apologetics had no use in the area of discipleship. They thought discipleship is just sharing the gospel, that’s all. I don’t think so. Even during the time of Jesus and the apostles they were already incorporating apologetics in the…Continue reading Apologetics & Discipleship: Do They Go Together?
“Being a male is a matter of birth. Being a man is a matter of choice.” – Edwin Louis Cole There are two kinds of extreme practices that men do in this world. Some concentrate so much on their job and forget their family responsibilities, while others are so passive that they neglect their leadership…Continue reading Leadership In the Family
Do you remember the invitation made by the preacher during the altar call? At the end of his sermon, you will hear soft music played by the keyboardist or a choir that slowly touches someone’s emotion, helping that person to focus on what the preacher was saying about the need to believe in Jesus Christ…Continue reading The Anxious Seat: Is Altar Call Invitation Unbiblical?
This practice of “fleecing” originated from the story of Gideon where many people, even believers, today would like to follow this practice of testing God in Judges 6:36-40. This is their way of perhaps making sure if this is what the Lord wants them to do. Some of them probably thought of the following, If…Continue reading Pleasing God With Faith Or “Fleecing” God With Doubt?
There are some cult leaders who argued that you do not need a personal relationship with Jesus Christ anymore since He is no longer with us physically. They even reason that Jesus could not be your personal Lord and Savior. They asked, “Have you met Jesus personally here in the Philippines? Is Jesus like a…Continue reading The Biblical Case for a Personal Relationship with Jesus Christ