When the late educator and theologian Herbert W. Armstrong proved the Sabbath and disproved evolution, he was just getting started on a lifelong truth-seeking mission. Learn how he proved himself wrong, God right, and God’s Church true—even though he faced many challenges along the way.
Living the way of God’s Work will make you vastly different from the entire world. Learn how to increase your passion for God’s Work—and how this will bring even more positive changes into your life.
Do you know the secret to God’s work always having huge open doors to deliver the true gospel message to the largest audience possible? How can you individually ensure that God’s work continues to receive such staggering opportunities to expand?
While stuck at home, are you staying productive? Better yet, are you changing your life? Here’s an example how.
The history podcast Rewind, Repeat is back with a series on Antiochus Epiphanes. Listen as Rewind, Repeat host David Vejil discusses the concept of God’s truth being a light, the deadly war for ideas that caused the Jews to fall to Antiochus, and how Satan’s destructive tactics both today and in history have been the same but with different names.
Most of humanity is confined at home. Humans are social beings, which makes isolation highly unpleasant for most. Learn how to be overjoyed, not depressed, in isolation.
No, not the coronavirus.
Because government officials are responding to the current pandemic by shutting down businesses, a debate about which jobs are essential has begun. In some places, only essential workers are allowed to keep working. What is more essential than God’s Work? How can you make a difference for the sake of this chaotic, confused world?
Nehemiah was zealous to do God’s Work—and confident he would get results because he prayed constantly and instantly to God. We can learn from his example, especially when forces in society are slowing down God’s Work.
The late educator and theologian Herbert W. Armstrong’s successful business had suddenly collapsed—for the second time. To make things worse, his wife challenged him on the Sabbath, and a relative ridiculed him for not believing in evolution. Unlike most of us, Mr. Armstrong was actually willing to extensively prove all things—even if that meant 18-hour days of study for six months straight. To this day, we benefit from his passion for proving and teaching God’s truth.