Tag Archives: lee strobel

The Case for Easter: Believe + Receive = Become

The Case for Easter: Believe + Receive = Become

Editor’s Note: See the movie that has everyone talking about Jesus! Critics and moviegoers alike are raving about The Case for Christ, based on Lee Strobel’s bestselling book, now playing in theaters nationwide with an additional 500 theaters added for this Easter weekend! Be sure to bring your friends and family to see this important

The Case For Christ: Evidence for the Resurrection

Watch the trailer for The Case for Christ film, based on the true story of award-winning investigative journalist Lee Strobel, an avowed atheist, who applies his well-honed journalistic and legal skills to disprove the newfound Christian faith of his wife… with unexpected, life-altering results. Coming to theaters nationwide on April 7, 2017 from Pure Flix

Fingerprint Evidence for Our Messiah, Jesus — Part 2

Editor’s Note: Today’s devotion is a continuation from yesterday’s part 1 excerpt from The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel. If you missed this devotion, you can find it archived here. The excerpt below carries on Lee Strobel’s interview with Louis Lapides, a Jewish believer who began believing that Jesus was the long-looked-for Messiah and

Fingerprint Evidence for Our Messiah, Jesus — Part 1

Did Jesus — and Jesus alone — match the identity of the Messiah? Slender and bespectacled, (Pastor Louis) Lapides is soft-spoken but has a quick smile and ready laugh. He was upbeat and polite as he ushered me to a chair near the front of Beth Ariel Fellowship in Sherman Oaks, California. I didn’t want to begin by

The Case for Christ: That’s Why We Pray

Editor’s Note: The newly revised and updated version of Lee Strobel’s well-renowned The Case for Christ released this month. With the dramatic scenario of an investigative journalist pursuing his leads, Strobel uses his experience as a Chicago Tribune reporter to interview experts about the evidence for Christ from the fields of science, philosophy, and history. Enjoy

Random Acts of Kindness Aren’t Enough

Darla took out her crayons and scrawled a letter to her heavenly Father: Dear Mr. God, Did you really mean, “Do unto others as they do unto you”? Because if you did, then I’m going to fix my brother!1 Little Darla isn’t the first person to creatively rewrite the Golden Rule. Politicians in Chicago have

People Matter

What is mankind that you are mindful of them, human beings that you care for them? You have made them a little lower than the angels and crowned them with glory and honor. — Psalm 8:4-5 Adolf Hitler’s political philosophy has been summed up to say: “Society’s needs come before the individual’s needs.”1 History, of

Is Judging Always Wrong?

Do not judge, or you too will be judged. — Matthew 7:1 Few things are as politically incorrect these days as saying that other people are wrong about their religious beliefs. Such a claim smacks of judgmentalism, which should be avoided at all costs. “Aren’t you judging other people when you say they’re wrong? And

Finding Hope in a Hopeless World

These three remain: faith, hope and love. — 1 Corinthians 13:13 Faith, hope, and love. According to the Bible these are three indispensable and eternally enduring commodities, ones we ultimately can’t live without. Love, said Jesus, is the driving principle behind God’s greatest commands. We must love God first, with everything we’ve got. And we

The Case for Grace: You Are Not A Mistake

Earthly relationships shape our understanding of heavenly relationships. We view the Heavenly Father through the filter of our earthly father. Confusion created through relationships in our family translate into the way we view God and how we interact with the family of God. Lee Strobel uses his own history along with several other ordinary stories of

Top