While she was in the desert, God met her and spoke to her. In this meeting, Hagar becomes the first person in the Bible to have named God.
There is no lack of voices out there speaking about the issue of racism. As followers of Jesus, it was important for Yna and me to filter out all the information available and process it from the perspective of God’s ultimate plan for mankind and our mission as His ambassadors in this world at this time.Read more →
Remember the fall in Genesis chapter 3? The Book of Revelation is God’s triumphant response to what the enemy thought was his victory. It details for us how God’s redemption plan will conclude.Read more →
More than any other kind of literature, I really view Scripture as God’s love letter to man. From that fall, He has pursued us, sought us, and continues to do so. We put “SO LOVED” there, just like how it was written in John 3:16 because it expresses that weight.Read more →