Follow Christ’s example in supporting God’s Work.
A teen’s responsibility in supporting God’s warning Work
How well do you know your enemy?
Fifty-two-year veteran of God’s Church has more than one harrowing life story.
What bowling taught me about the impact of showing courtesy
Learn to rely on God instead.
Often members, co-workers and even subscribers write to headquarters to ask what they can do to help God’s Work. Here’s how you can supply God’s Work with great forward momentum.
It’s time to face the reality of depression.
What does it really mean to be sanctified and preserved?
God personally selected your parents or grandparents to be called out of this world—but are you that important to Him?
How a spider helped win a war
The history of man is replete with deceit, violence, pain and suffering. All that will change when Jesus Christ returns. But how will it change, and what will your part in it be? Knowing what is preeminent on God’s mind inspires a vision that leads us to prepare to rule the universe.
One verse in a psalm—and an inspiring Hebrew word—that shows what it truly means to be a real-life princess!
A lesson from a 37th-place runner
Be circumspect about following the crowd.
When we nobly fight against the odds and refuse to quit, Christ says it’s romantic and truly awe-inspiring to Him personally!
Learning lessons from great leaders of the past is critical to national well-being.
How can we be sure that when Christ returns, we will have produced fruit worthy of harvesting to feed the world?
Zadok was a captain, a fighter—not the type of priest you would normally think about
God is looking for people who will break through barriers and conquer fears.
The human mind, motivated by selfishness and laziness, will go to great lengths—even to the point of concocting the most ridiculous excuses—to avoid work and fulfilling responsibility.
God gives you the tactics and strategies you need in order to conquer—within His law.
How to prepare for the upcoming spring festivals
How well do you understand what you are fighting for?
What we can learn from Gen. Romeo Dallaire.