Katrina, Rita. Indonesia. London. Madrid. Gaza. Iraq. Sudan.
In the past year or so, the real world has been battered by natural disasters, terrorist attacks, war, and famine. Even as you read the prequels to the Left Behind series, you're drawn into a fictional world revealing the dark side of life and the coming judgment for those who reject God's redemption.
We thought it would be a good time to remind ourselves of the other side of the story, one that Tim LaHaye always emphasizes, and one that became a theme as the Left Behind series moved to its climax with Glorious Appearingthe Promise of Heaven. It is that eternal perspective that not only gives believers hope, but should impress on each of us the urgency of sharing the Good News of the gospel with others now. Judgment will come, but only to those who do not claim the promise of heaven. More...
In this rapid-fire conclusion to the best-selling Soon series, the law banning the practice of religion around the globe is on the brink of collapse. The tide is turning but personal, family hostilities threaten to end in disaster before the world comes to its senses. A gripping, futuristic thriller that will keep you glued to the page!
The Boy Who Loved Satan People of all ages have read the enormously popular Left Behind series and have witnessed how God has used these books to change lives. The dramatic accounts featured in These Will Not Be Left Behindincluding 31 stories and more than 50 e-mails posted on the Left Behind websiteare the stories of real people and their responses to the Left Behind series. This week, read about a boy who believed God hated him, so he decided to hate God back, and instead, turned to Satan.
Philip Yancey observed a gay-rights parade in which gays tried to justify their lifestyle in Christian love, while some Christians resorted to name-calling. Is either side right?
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