Church is Anesthetized to the Message of God’s Love


We have become so comfortable with the idea that God loves you who desires to have a personal relationship with you. We have become numb to the fact that God gave his one and only begotten Son, Jesus Christ to atone for our sin because of his unchangeable love for his creation. This magnanimous love, truth, and divine mystery no longer moves us now. The tragic … Continue reading Church is Anesthetized to the Message of God’s Love

Busy Summer on the Horizon


I have not been able to keep up with this personal blog. I just want to let y’all know that I also have been posting for different blogs (cafn, cafnepal, cafntube, ambassadorial, apost360) while also going to school as a full-time student. Producing a podcast or sermon every week is also consuming a chunk of time. Sometimes, I also do not know how to manage … Continue reading Busy Summer on the Horizon

Billy Graham on technology and faith | Video on TED.com


Billy Graham on technology and faith | Video on TED.com Speech Evaluation 101 Purpose: To get people thinking that technology or science is not the answer to the heart of the problem of humanity. Thesis: Technology does not solve problems. The problem is within us, within our hearts and our souls and the solution is in knowing the person of Jesus Christ. Preacher Graham easily … Continue reading Billy Graham on technology and faith | Video on TED.com

Music as an Active Evangelism: Reaching Out Heathens with Melody


        “Without music life would be a mistake. The Germans imagines even God as a songster.”[1] These words came out from the mouth of Friedrich Nietzsche, a German philosopher who claimed boldly “God is dead.” His words are his sheer acknowledgement and his high view of music in the human life. Despite his disbelief in any supernatural being, a mere admission of “God … Continue reading Music as an Active Evangelism: Reaching Out Heathens with Melody

Seeking Solitude while Rising Ruckus


The clear sky and greenish everywhere — The black patches of clouds disappeared and the sun shone brightly to give pleasure to exhausted eyes that had not seen the ray of the sun for last four days. All of a sudden, the bus stops at the side of highway and a number of other vehicles stand in a row that could be  reckoned on the … Continue reading Seeking Solitude while Rising Ruckus

Free Audiobook Download of the Month: Don’t Waste Your Life


Have you ever read anything from John Piper? If yes, you will surely like his book Don’t Waste Your Life too. Christianaudio.com has provided this book as the free audiobook download of the month. Here is the review from Christianaudio.com:———————————–Millions of people are wasting their lives pursuing dreams of happiness that don’t rise above a good marriage, nice kids, a successful career, a nice car, fun … Continue reading Free Audiobook Download of the Month: Don’t Waste Your Life

Christ-Centered Marriage: Vows to Cherish


I found this story on another website by anonymous author. I just wanted to share this heart-touching story with all of my readers. It’s such a moving story ever I have read. Thumbs up and speechless! It has a great lesson for us to value our relationship with our wives. Marriage is a hard word and in oder to make it fireproof, your “partner should … Continue reading Christ-Centered Marriage: Vows to Cherish

Letter from the Patient


Hi Screwtape, I do not think that I have known you personally. Before I gave my life to the man called Jesus, I had been living my life in your counsels and guidance. At this point, I have realized that I had ruined precious moments of my life chasing the unrealistic offerings of the world which are contemptuous. The moment I was freed from the … Continue reading Letter from the Patient