It was a brisk ten degrees centigrade inside the seventh century Russian church where, in spite of persecution and cold, over one hundred underground believers attended for our wedding ceremony. With our heads bowed in reverence to the Almighty God, the Gregorian Orthodox priest prayed ...
April 23, 2012Alan Bullock
Webster's New World Office Dictionary says that religion is belief in and worship of God or gods; a specific system of belief, whereas Christianity is built on a relationship with God through Christ, God’s Son. His gospel message, the “good news”, made a way for ...
April 16, 2012Alan Bullock
The amount of sleep each person needs depends on many factors including age, health, and physical activity. Sleep experts believe that sleep may be a way of recharging the brain. Whatever the reasons, God designed our body and minds to be renewed by sleep. ...
April 9, 2012Alan Bullock
Have you ever looked up into the evening sky and wondered how many stars there are in space? This question has fascinated scientists throughout the ages. Stars are not scattered randomly through space but are gathered together into vast groups known as galaxies. Our Sun belongs ...
April 2, 2012Alan Bullock
Rev. C. H. Spurgeon said, “Of all substances known to man, blood is the most mysterious, and in some sense, the most sacred.” Scripture teaches us that "life is in the blood”. Blood, therefore, is the mysterious link between matter and spirit. How is it then ...
March 26, 2012Alan Bullock
Just as I was getting ready to dive off the diving board into the swimming pool at a military base in the Far East, a voice behind me yelled, “Hey Alan, you there, remember me?” It so startled me that I slipped off the board and ...
March 19, 2012Alan Bullock