Sharing important aspects of the Christian faith
"CHRISTIAN FAITH" is an evangelical, non-commercial website run by committed volunteers. Our site has the occasional blog and article but it’s more like a large evangelical filing cabinet with very extensive links. Here you will find, among other things, a large list of recommended mp3 sermons. You will also find LOOKOUT - quality, world-class articles on new religious movements.
Our main aim is to help you to grow in your relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Maybe for some, to actually find saving faith in Jesus. (What is faith?)
Nine years ago, an elderly woman brought a four years old little girl to me. Girl was pale, shy, looking so innocent and had no life on her face.
She had only one long gown which was torn out. She probably didn’t know where she was and why her grandmother brought her to me as she was so small and had no idea of what was going on.
Grandmother was in late 70’s. Grandmother started to tell me about the life of the little girl. The little girl lost both parents when she was three. Grandmother raised her as mother for one year.
After that she couldn’t even feed her as she was so old and couldn’t work. Both were living on the kindness of others in her village to fill their stomachs.
Grandmother was so worried about little girls’ future as she was in her last days. She wanted to find a place for the girl.
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THIS IS WHAT WE HAVE FOUND FOR YOU THIS MONTH…
ARTICLE: WHAT CRITERIA DO HISTORIANS USE TO GET TO THE MINIMAL FACTS ABOUT THE HISTORICAL JESUS? By William Lane-Craig via Wintery Knight
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Humanly speaking, what does one do with a defeated and/or failed Christian life?
Last week I drove my daughter’s well-worn 1.6 litre Nissan Pulsar to the car wreckers to see if they would take it off my hands – that’s what we do with a car that has seen far better days.
Is this what we do with a Christian life that has seen better days? Drive it to the car wreckers – so to speak?
Psalm 51 is written by handsome wealthy king who attracted the attention of not a few women; married and unmarried. He had sex with a married woman and arranged for the husband to be 'terminated'. Eventually he was 'found out' and cried out for mercy and forgiveness.
So, did King David 'get off' with just a prayer? Fair question. Please listen to the message and find out...
"I Don't Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist argues that Christianity requires the least faith of all worldviews because it is the most reasonable.
The authors lay out the evidence for truth, God, and the Bible in logical order and in a readable, non-technical, engaging style.
A valuable aid to those interested in examining the reasonableness of the Christian faith, Geisler and Turek provide a firm challenge to prior beliefs of doubters and skeptics.' Christian Audio
When you think of brutal crimes, several infamous ones mark the Australian landscape: the Port Arthur massacre, Ivan Milat’s backpacker slayings, the Granny killer.
Tuesday, February 2nd, marks 30 years since one such event – the murder of Anita Cobby.
On the anniversary of her death, one of the original homicide detectives reflects on a case which changed the nation.
In your quiet moments, have you ever considered changing jobs?
If so, what would you change to? A biologist maybe? Professional sportsperson? Teacher? The list is endless. What about a prophet? Would that be cool?
What do you think God may command you to tell other people? How about this: “Go, marry a whore, and get children with a whore, for the country itself has become nothing but a whore by abandoning Me.”
That's offensive!! Is it? You better read on and listen to this recent message...
Song & Lyrics: Stephen R Cracknell
Video, Musical Arrangement & Performance: Peter Aitken
Would my friends truly understand my life changing decision to become a Christian? The "voices" in this song are the voices of those who proclaim the Gospel. (Also, love the dog in this video!!)
It has often been said that “A teacher hasn’t taught until a student has learned,” which is attributed to the famous Christian educator Henrietta Mears - one of the most influential Christian leaders of the 20th Century.
But … I have, over a long period of time, wondered if that statement: “A teacher hasn’t taught until a student has learned,” is actually true.
If we play around with the statement we could end up with something like this:
“The Lord Jesus hasn’t taught until His disciples have learned.”
As Christians we believe that no-one, NO-ONE, in history, nor the present time, is as great a teacher than the Lord Jesus. It’s even still acknowledged in our secular culture that Jesus – at least - is considered a great teacher.
However, when we carefully read the gospels, we read that when the Lord Jesus conducted an assessment of His teaching He gave out, at times, pretty low grades to His students who were enrolled in the “Tradesmen to Disciples 101 Course”.
The world’s greatest ever teacher clearly had a difficult class!!
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Slavery, exploitation and human trafficking – many people think these were a problem from years ago, and exist only in history books or epic films of former times.
The sad truth is that there are more people caught in slavery today than at any other time in history. The United Nations estimates that more than 27 million people are enslaved right now, with the majority being women and children, many in sexual slavery.
With over 50 projects in more than 30 countries, Freedom Climb brings hope and transforms the lives of women and children who are exploited, enslaved and trafficked.
Projects supported by Freedom Climb have one or more of three focuses: rescue and rehabilitation, prevention, and development.
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"Is a fetus a person?
Is “pro-choice” really a neutral position?
For 40 years since the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, the abortion debate has been highly charged and politicized. Questions like these—and passionate but widely varying answers—have become the common language of the public dialogue on this issue. Yet behind the scenes of this historic case are other intriguing questions:
· How did the Supreme Court come to be involved in the abortion debate?
· Was language manipulated to affect the outcome?
· What was the moral basis underlying the decision?" Christian Audio
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"The Bible depicts Joseph of Nazareth as a good and honorable man. The adoptive father of Jesus, he stood by his wife when it appeared that she had betrayed him, raising Jesus as his own son. In doing so, Joseph provided all Christians with a beautiful picture of what fatherhood is meant to look like: steadfast, loving, protective. But such love stands in stark contrast to what we see in our world today: on-demand abortion, unreported abuse, and widespread neglect. Calling Christians to take a stand for children—born and unborn—this short booklet, adapted from Adopted for Life, makes a passionate plea for Christians to view adoption as a way to value and protect every human life." Crossway - available HERE.
On July 20, 2012, James Holmes entered a cinema during the midnight screening of "The Dark Knight Rises” in Colorado and murdered 12 people. He was also convicted of 140 counts of attempted murder.
The jury deliberated for many hours before reaching their decision. Why?
Because the jury was involved in a serious quest for JUSTICE.
That James Holmes committed the massacre was not in dispute. What was in dispute in the jury room was this – should he die or go to jail for the rest of his life. In other words - what is the JUST sentence that we, as a jury, should determine together?
How does this incident relate to Malachi 3:16 - 4:6? Listen to this message by Stephen Cracknell. Read on...
See the Australian Christian Lobby for more information.