January 2012 - Jerusalem—Indivisible, Jewish Forever
We know from history and archaeology that Jerusalem was the capital of the State of Israel for about 1,700 years until its destruction by Rome in AD 70 and the dispersion of the Jews to the ends of the earth. Remember Luke 21:24? Because of Israel’s sins, including the crucifixion of Jesus, Luke states that Jerusalem would be "trodden down of the Gentiles, until the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled."
March 2012 - No More War!… But When?
"And they will hammer their swords into plowshares;… Nation will not lift up sword against nation, And never again will they learn war" Isaiah 2:4 NAS
May 2012 - Archaeology Proves Our Bible is True
In our era of scientific and technological advancement, many question how our Bible written 2000-4000 years ago could possibly be true. However, Biblical Archaeology confirms that the Bible is true. How? The people, locations and events of history in the Bible have, metaphorically speaking, left footprints in the sands of history. Archaeology is the process of discovering those footprints.
July 2012 - Children—Our Hope for Humanity’s Future?
After all, Jesus loved little children because of their simple trustfulness, purity and honesty. He compared them to those who would naturally love to be a part of the Kingdom of his Father.
October 2012 - The Land of Israel—The Birthplace of Christianity
Many Christians have experienced the inspiring joy and stimulus to Christian faith engendered from touring the authentic Christian sites in the Land of Israel. Unfortunately, a few sites have claimed to be historic, but are not.
December 2012 - A Great Shaking —Then a New Heavens and a New Earth"For thus says the LORD of hosts, ‘Once more in a little while, I am going to shake the heavens and the earth, the sea also and the dry land.’" Haggai 2:6 NAS