God Makes Himself Known through Jesus

Every Christmas for many years, Paul Harvey would retell the parable of the Man and the Birds.[1] In brief, it involved a man who saw a flock of birds in distress on a cold snowy morning. He tried to get them to go into a nearby barn for shelter, but they would not go. He…

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Coming Home Because of Christmas:
How the Exodus Prefigured in Abraham Points to Our Redemption in Christ

I will never forget that snowy December evening as I sat by myself in an empty hotel restaurant. It was two days before Christmas and my flight from Canada back to the States had been canceled. So there I was, in a spacious pink and green booth, eating dinner while...

Fixing our Eyes on Jesus (The Bronze Snake)

Most people, Christian or not, are familiar with the words of John 3:16, arguably one of the most popular verses in Scripture. It is found in the midst of a conversation Jesus is having with a religious leader who comes to Him in secret, trying to learn and understand, while...

The Cities of Refuge as a Picture of Christ

When Jesus was born in Bethlehem, He was far more than just a Jewish boy born to poor parents in less than auspicious circumstances. He was, as John 1 tells us, God who, “became flesh and dwelt among us” (John 1:14). Throughout the Old Testament we have picture after picture...


Easter Article Series


By Contributing Authors


Christmas Glory: Isaiah 9:6 and the Names of Jesus

By Contributing Authors

Names of God

Names of God Series

By R.L. Wilson

Creation Series

Creation Series

By Jeff Pallansch

AGL Relying on the Constant Companionship of the Holy Spirit


By Various Authors