Teaching the Bible

Early Days of Gospel Broadcasting in the Philippines

    The time: evening of December 7th, 1941. The place: radio studio in downtown Manila. The half-hour program of the “Gospel Messengers” was just about to go off the air but the clocked showed they still had another minute. The broadcaster picked up a card, handed to him earlier that day, - “A perfect Convoy of Dreadnaughts”. On this card were printed seven verses, each with “Fear not”. In that remaining minute the broadcaster read: “Fear not, I have redeemed thee.

Sunday School - Steve Hulshizer

In the minds of many Christians, Sunday School is a biblically mandated gathering of the local church. To suggest something different is like attacking the American flag, motherhood, and apple pie. To many others it would be considered heresy to suggest anything different. Few saints stop to consider that Sunday School, as we know it, is less than 200 years old, and was originally started to evangelize “unchurched” children. Today it is a large institution with many programs ...

Speaking Unadvisedly

"...he spake unadvisedly with his lips." Psalm 106:33     When the people of Israel grumbled about the lack of water at Kadesh, God told Moses that water would flow if he would speak to the rock. But Moses was fed up with the people by now, so he lashed out at them, saying, "Hear now, ye rebels; must we fetch you water out of the rock?" Then he smote the rock twice with his rod. By his angry words and disobedient action, he misrepresented God to the people. The result was ...
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