by Sam Raju We wrestle with many fears on a daily basis: rejection, loneliness, ridicule, failure. However, for most of us, the greatest fear we face is death. What will happen when I die? What awaits me? Will it be good or bad, painful or pleasant, will I continue to exist in some form or will I cease to exist? The uncertainty of what will befall troubles us. Philosopher Paul Tillich says everyone has to come to terms with the “threat of non-being.” For though we know that we exist and that we are alive, we also know that someday […]
by Neil Vimalkumar B How do we look at the person of Jesus Christ? Whom did He claim Himself to be? The answer to this question is of paramount importance. In this video, Neil Vimalkumar B says if Jesus is who He claimed to be, then that radically changes the vision of our lives. He claims to be the true one to whom we belong. Understanding ourselves in relation to God can lead us to the most authentic and fulfilling life. Jesus claims to be the one who can bridge that relationship.
By Charles Joseph In this video, Charles Joseph says kings will come and kings will go, leaders will come and go, but the King of Kings, will live forever. Anchoring his message in Isaiah 6, he states that a revelation of God will result in reverence for God; reverence leads to remorse and repentance of our misdoings; remorse brings in the Lord’s remedy, redemption; redemption takes us on to responsibility – the responsibility to take the message to the world, reach the ones who are hurting and lighten the dark corners of the world.
by Kethoser (Aniu) Kevichusa Suicide is the deliberate and voluntary taking of one’s own life. Suicide or attempted suicide is motivated by several factors. It may be in order to escape intense purposelessness or hopelessness. Despair, pain, guilt, fear of impending danger or punishment, anger and revenge (in order to inflict pain and guilt on others), shame and honour, self-aggrandizement, or even a desire to reach the afterlife can be behind suicide. Sometimes it can happen “accidentally” – that is, by engaging in risky acts or behaviours (such as, say, cutting oneself) that actually result in death. Suicide can sometimes […]
by Daniel Thejus (Bobby) What defines your life? Does profit, power or hunger define your character? Are your ambitions at the cost of others or do they help uplift others too? In this talk Daniel Bobby Thejus exposits the life of Joseph. He shows how Joseph’s success was defined by his consistency in character despite his circumstances. At no point in Joseph’s life did he compromise on virtue. It is a lesson we can all learn in the situations God places us in.