Answering Tough Questions When We Do Not Know the Answers Pamela, a 27 year old college graduate, is facing a hopeful future as a budding graphic artist. The firm for whom she works quickly recognized her talent and has consistently entrusted her with more important accounts. Her creativity and precision in design, her eye [Continue Reading...]
Maranatha Baptist Bible College and Seminary is committed to dispensational hermeneutics because dispensationalism provides a hermeneutic that allows the text to speak for itself.
Principles from Psalm 35 for overcoming betrayal from those closest to you Nothing hurts as much as being betrayed—but when the betrayer is close to you, you’ve just compounded the situation. David knew all about this type of close betrayal. In fact, his experience of healing as outlined in Psalm 35 mirrors the process abuse [Continue Reading...]
The suffering and loss in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina remind us of how vulnerable mankind is. Few man-made devices are capable of producing the level of devastation we have witnessed in Louisiana and Mississippi. Undoubtedly, many will ask, “Why is this happening?” Perhaps many in our churches know someone, maybe even a family member, [Continue Reading...]
A common denominator among most counselees is the presence of trouble in their lives for which they have no answers. The counselee feels helpless and hopeless in the midst of such trouble, even though God has already provided many resources for solutions. This “helpless” condition requires the counselor to offer genuine hope to the counselee [Continue Reading...]