Questions & Answers


Why did Jesus die?

Jesus died so that we who would believe in Him might live. His death paid the penalty for sin that we could not pay, making it possible to be reunited in relationship and fellowship with God the Father. Only a perfect sacrifice could have been sufficient for the sin debt we owed to the Father. Jesus was that perfect sacrifice, and His resurrection made eternal life possible for each of us.



What does a Christian do about regrets?

As human beings, we all face some regrets at times. We wish we would have done better here or there, wish that we had made a different choice, or wish that we had not spoken when or the way we did. So, as we grow and mature, those thoughts of regret may pop up. However, we are not to focus only on our faults or the past.



Are you "once saved, always saved"?

Absolutely! If you have been truly saved by the Lord Jesus Christ, there is nothing, nor no one, who is able to cause you to lose your salvation!



Should I pray for marriage restoration after infidelity?

Seeking restoration is a major way to mimic the Lord Jesus. After all, He sought after us to restore our relationship with Him, and He compares that relationship to a marriage.


How can I trust God more?

The more we pursue God, the more we will trust Him. In some ways, it’s no different than learning to trust a friend or a spouse. The more we learn about them, the better we will understand their characters, which will translate into greater trust. The better we understand the characteristics of our great God and Savior, the greater our trust will be in Him when we face difficult circumstances.


What is the abundant life God promises?

The abundant life that God promises is not something we have to wait to experience until we get to Heaven. We can experience abundant life in Christ now. This life is found in an ever-growing, personal, and loving relationship with the Lord. The abundant life is different from salvation in that salvation is a gift we receive, but the abundant life is a gift we pursue.


Worship in the Church

Why is the Church called the Body of Christ?

A human body has many members with different functions, but only one head. Metaphorically speaking, the Church and Christ work together in a similar fashion. In the same way that the head directs the rest of the body in how to move, Christ also instructs His body, the Church. Ephesians 5:23 says, “For the husband is head of the wife, as also Christ is head of the church; and He is the Savior of the body.”



What does “blessed are the peacemakers” mean?

“Blessed are the peacemakers” is a term that comes from Jesus’ sermon on the mount found in Matthew 5:9. The Bible tells us to seek, make, and live in peace. Being a peacemaker mimics the life of Jesus because it was through Him that we can have peace with God the Father. (See Romans 5:1.)


Spiritual Warfare

What is the armor of God?

The armor of God is a term used by Paul to describe the things that the Christian is to “put on” to pursue righteousness, battle the enemy, and defend the Gospel. You can find this armor listed in Ephesians 6:10-18. By utilizing the armor of God, we can withstand the attacks of the enemy with confidence and peace, in faith and strength, all of which come from the Lord and His Spirit within us.


Spiritual Warfare

How can I fight spiritual warfare?

There are two ways to fight spiritual warfare. 1) The proper utilization of the Word of God and 2) the powerful utilization of prayer. Both must fall under the context of being fully surrendered to the Holy Spirit. On our own, we are powerless to fight, but through the power and leadership of the Holy Spirit, we can live in victory.

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