Author: Cindy Brown


  • Three Days and Three Nights

    Have you ever thought about what the sailors of Jonah’s ship did after that great fish swallowed him up? The text tells us that “Jonah was in the stomach of […]

  • Do You Love Me?

    Love is a wonderful and necessary part of Christianity, and in 1 John chapter 4, we learn three very important truths about love. First, love comes from God. John writes, […]

  • Mary as a Mother

    As the mother of Jesus, Mary’s role was both incredibly unique and similar to the wonderful role of mothers today. As a mother, Mary would have comforted her Son. We […]

  • Who is the Antichrist?

    The term “antichrist” is sometimes used in religion, books, and movies to describe a demonic or satanic figure that will one-day wage war against the church or even Christ Himself. […]

  • I’m a Christian!

    When a person is baptized into Christ for the forgiveness of their sins, they are added to the church by the Lord and become a Christian. A Christian is a […]

  • Biblical Knowledge

    One of the most sobering verses in the Bible comes from Hosea 4:6, where God says, “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.” The Israelites had repeatedly rejected God […]

  • Are You Willing to Proclaim the Gospel?

    We are all commanded to share the gospel message with the world. Jesus told His disciples, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation” (Mark 16:15), […]

  • True Repentance

    One necessary step in becoming a Christain is repentance. A person must repent of sin, that is, to turn away from sin and turn toward God to have those sins […]

  • Gifts Not Under the Tree

    During this wonderful time of year, many of us will spend hours, weeks, or even months planning and finding the perfect gift for a loved one. We will then find […]

  • Nehemiah’s Prayer

    We can learn much by studying the prayers of the faithful, recorded in God’s word. For example, in Nehemiah 2, when confronted by King Artaxerxes about his “sad” appearance, Nehemiah […]