Author Archives: Lee Strobel

On the Edge of Eternity

On the Edge of Eternity

On the Edge of Eternity

Facing Death with an Eye on Heaven At death we put the signature on our life’s portrait. The paint dries. The portrait’s done. Ready or not. ~ Randy Alcorn, The Law of Rewards Interview: Luis Palau The numbers and facts about Luis Palau are well known. Palau was only a youngster when his father died,

What do you think? Do you believe that “all dogs go to Heaven” or do you think not? We would love to hear from you! No matter what, Heaven is going to be awesome

The Case for Heaven: Will There Be Pets in Heaven?

A Question about Eternal Life with God In a day when speculation about Heaven runs rampant, I’ve found it both exciting and refreshing to carefully examine what Scripture says. ~ Randy Alcorn, “5 Curious Questions About Heaven” When the topic is Heaven, questions proliferate. The image of a new Heaven and a new earth stimulates

Miracles are not rare

How Common Are Miracles?

Aren’t they pretty rare? That’s what I used to think—but then I started my investigation into the miraculous. As I began researching this topic, my curiosity prompted me to commission a national scientific survey, which was conducted by Barna Research.1 What did we discover? Interestingly, half of US adults (51 percent) said they believe that

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A Child’s Faith-Filled Prayer and God’s Amazing Answer

A Child’s Faith-Filled Prayer and God’s Amazing Answer Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you. — Matthew 17:20, NIV In Equatorial Africa, far from pharmacies and hospitals,

The Case for Christmas: Setting the Record Straight

The Son of God became a man to enable men to become sons of God. ~ C. S. Lewis, Mere Christianity Introduction Holidays just bring out the best in us. Whether it’s roses and chocolates for Valentine’s Day, or baskets of candy for Easter, or flags and fireworks for the Fourth of July, we love

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Who Was in the Manger on That First Christmas Morning?

The Chicago Tribune newsroom was eerily quiet on the day before Christmas. As I sat at my desk with little to do, my mind kept wandering back to a family I had encountered a month earlier while I was working on a series of articles about Chicago’s neediest people. The Delgados — sixty-year-old Perfecta and

God’s Greatest Gift: The Christmas Child

After spending nearly two years investigating the identity of the Christmas Child, I was ready to reach a verdict. For me, the evidence was clear and compelling. Yes, Christmas is a holiday overlaid with all sorts of fanciful beliefs, from flying reindeer to Santa Claus sliding down chimneys. But I became convinced that if you

Today’s Moment of Truth: The Resurrected Jesus

  Editor’s note: Today’s reading features two selections from Lee Strobel’s devotional The Case for Christ: Daily Moments of Truth which offers fact-based, intelligent devotions to build a foundational faith. Enjoy these two powerful excerpts today on the reliability and impact of the resurrection of Jesus! * Resurrection News Flash! For what I received I passed

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