Efficacy of meal prayer

An American doctor, John Zawet, published a report stating that "people who enjoy food with a thankful heart" are discovered three unusual substances that others did not.
  • John Piper Explains How Evil Began

    Pastor John Piper
    John Piper stated, "Satan, whose name means an accuser, a devil which means slanderer." Satan takes away the grace from every being. The Devil is the "deceiver of the whole world" (Revelation 12:9), "…
  • How Church Leaders Can Help Domestic Violence Victims

    Help Violence Victims
    During the COVID-19 pandemic, where the shelter-in-place orders are enforced, families are forced to stay closer together for longer periods of time than ever before. This can come as welcoming news t…

John Piper's prayer during the time of Minneapolis fire and George Floyd's justice

John Piper asks God for comfort in those who are brokenhearted, praying for peace, justice, forgiveness, and love in each race without discrimination.
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  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    "Failure Is a Road on the Way to Success"

    Reverend Joshua Choon-Min Kang shares his thoughts on the wisdom that is learned through incidents of failure, and how Christians can continue to move forward despite them.
  • Jin O Jeong

    How did Martin Luther and John Calvin Understand Justification and Sanctification?

    Last week on the Reformation Day, I received some questions about how Luther and the Reformed Church, including John Calvin, understood the concept of justification and sanctification. This article will help Christians easily understand the theological differences of Luther and Calvin.
  • Jin O Jeong

    500th Reformation Anniversary: A Pastor's Exhortation to Listen to Martin Luther, III

    In the earlier thesis, Luther asserts that only when all humans fear the judgment of God, they can avoid pride and have true hope. In this thesis, Luther emphasized that, “In the sight of God sins are then truly venial when they are feared by men to be mortal.” While thesis 11, pertains to conce…
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    Wisdom May Be Borrowed, but Faithfulness Cannot Be Borrowed

    I’m writing this letter in Seoul as I’m thinking of you. Autumn is drawing on in Korea. The colors of fall leaves are beautiful. One more night in Korea, and I will return to you. I have come to realize the time I resided in Los Angeles has been longer than the time I had resided in Korea. Los A…
  • Promises of God's Provision in the Lives of His People

    In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus said, “Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothes?” Have you ever wondered why Jesus mentions regarding what we eat, drink an…
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    The Wisdom of Cultivating a Beginner's Heart

    A beginner’s heart is the ‘first heart.’ Cultivating the beginner’s heart is wisdom. It is difficult to explain the beginner’s heart but everyone knows that the beginner’s heart is important. We hear people say, “Do you remember how your heart was when you first began? You must go back…
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    How Can We Keep the Door of Blessing Wide Open?

    Reverend Joshua Choon-Min Kang shares his thoughts on how to keep open the door through which God blesses his people abundantly.
  • Pastor Jin O Jeong

    Should the Korean Church "Indigenize" the Lutheran Liturgy, or Conserve It?

    Reverend Jin O. Jeong discusses the historical context of the Lutheran liturgy, and the different arguments for which some may want to change the liturgy according to the culture, or conserve it in its original form.
  • Pastor Jin O Jeong

    500th Reformation Anniversary: A Pastor's Exhortation to Listen to Martin Luther, II

    As we can see in earlier thesis, the scholastic tradition in Middle age, tried to make the distinction between ‘dead works’ and ‘deadly works’ to avoid the argument of the good woks done by, “benevolent pagans.” Luther asserted that this distinction can be incomprehensible to ordinary Ch…
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    The Fragrance of Love Left by Good Encounters

    Reverend Joshua Choon-Min Kang shares his thoughts on sharing Christ's fragrance after his encounter with Pastor David Ross, an American missionary to Korea.
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