Philippians 2:2–complete my joy by being of the same mind, having the same love, being in full accord and of one mind.


Start here if you’re unsure about Jesus and Christianity (John 3:16-17).


Learn why you should care about God and Jesus (John 3:16). Read more about Christianity.

Evidence for God

God says that His existence is evident in nature (Romans 1:20). Read more about evidence for God.


“Call on the name of the LordJesus in love (Matthew 22:37-38) without hate (Matthew 8:29) to start a relationship with God (Romans 10:13). Read more about salvation.

Essentials for Christians

Learn how to become a better follower of Jesus Christ and become ready to do God’s will (II Timothy 2:21). Each concept is used over 200 times in the New Testament, signifying its importance.

Foundational Disciplines

Pray, repent and forgive, worship, fellowship, sacrifice, remember Jesus’ sacrifice, seek wisdom, be held accountable, and give to God’s kingdom (Hebrews 12:11). Read more about foundational disciplines.


Have a healthy fear of God (Proverbs 9:10; Matthew 10:28) and understand why His power (sovereignty) and love make Him the only Being worthy of our worship. Read more about God.

Heaven & Hell

Followers of Jesus have hope that our real blessings and lives are in heaven (Colossians 1:5); but if we do not love and obey God (Matthew 7:21), we will die a painful death by paying for our own sins in hell (Matthew 5:22,26). Read more about heaven and hell.


Love is the most important thing God wants us to do (Mark 12:29,30-31) because it keeps societies from fighting (Colossians 3:14). Read more about love.

Faith & Hope

Instead of striving to stay alive in fear as a slave of the devil (Hebrews 2:14,15), faith and trust in God (Hebrews 11:6) will give you the courage to hope in His resources (Philippians 4:19). Read more about faith.

Grace & Justice

Although justice teaches (Deuteronomy 19:20-21), only God should avenge (Romans 12:17,19). By being merciful and forgiving (Hebrews 10:17-18), God will give you grace (Ephesians 2:8).


Righteousness is about going beyond the law to always question what is good, through the power of faith in God (Philippians 3:9). Read more about righteousness.

Character & Sin

Hate, depression, anxiety, wrath, laziness, hypocrisy, idolatry, manipulation, and weakness are forms of lust and pride (I John 2:16). Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control (Galatians 5:22-23) combat sin through contentment and humility. Read more about character and sin.

Judgment & Slander

Insults are given out of an angry desire to condemn and destroy (James 4:11), but judgment is given out of a loving desire to help a friend (Galatians 6:1). Read more about judgment.

Works & Purpose

The purpose of life, the reason we were created, is to do good works (Ephesians 2:8-9,10). Read more about works.

Body of Christ


The 66 books of the Bible mutually agreed upon by all Christians are the only authorities considered as God’s own words, both sufficient and infallible (Luke 24:44; II Peter 3:15,16). Read more about the Bible.

Church Authority

Paul says his ability to lead churches comes not from men (Galatians 1:1) and he didn’t need to consult the first Pope (Galatians 1:16-17). Read more about church authority.

Church Leadership

Churches should order power amongst the leaders (I Corinthians 12:28), and test all of them routinely (I Timothy 3:10). In doing so, Jesus’ church will grow (Matthew 16:18Acts 2:47). Read more about church leadership.


Although denominations are allowed (Romans 14:3) and decentralized churches are encouraged (Mark 9:38-39), many would agree it’s not ideal for unity (I Corinthians 1:10). Read more about denominations.

Spiritual Gifts

Each Christian is given a different manifestation of the Holy Spirit (I Corinthians 12:7) for the purpose of working together in unity (I Peter 4:10). Learn more about spiritual gifts.


Eagerly seek to unify with other Christians (Ephesians 4:2-3) who share the same definition of the Gospel of Salvation (Titus 3:3-11) and deity of Jesus (I John 4:2-3). Read more…



Arrogance is believing you definitively know something (I Corinthians 8:2Proverbs 12:15) and thinking you are wise (Romans 12:16) without hearing directly from Jesus (I Corinthians 13:12). Read more about arrogance.

Respect & Self-worth

Honor everyone (I Peter 2:17), understand your value as Christ’s body (Ephesians 5:31-32), and have faith in God’s promises to have self-worth (Romans 4:20-21). Read more about respect.



Although having a heart full of character is ideal, evil still reigns in our hearts. God created rules on how we should talk with others to have healthy debates in our families and nations. Read more about communication

Reconciliation & Division

Reconcile with enemies (Matthew 5:23-25,47-48), restore relationships (II Corinthians 13:11), and understand what deserves division, or you’ll be avoided (Romans 16:17). Read more about reconciliation and division.


God calls all Christians to be financially independent and food secure (II Corinthians 6:14-17). We are also called to look after the environment (Genesis 1:28-29Genesis 2:15). Read more about farming.


 Correct those who’ll listen (Matthew 18:15), pray for those who won’t (Luke 6:28), avoid evil (Psalms 1:1), flee from physical threats (John 8:59), defend your loved one’s lives (Luke 22:36,38) by disabling not killing (Matthew 5:21), and never initiate physical aggression (James 4:1-2). Read more about war.


End Times

The following is a list of articles about the End Times in Revelation.

  1. End Times Revival & Deception



Cults isolate weak-minded people from contrasting opinions (II Timothy 3:6) and believe they alone have hidden truth without evidence of miracles (II Timothy 3:7), yet their error is obvious to most and never grow large (II Timothy 3:9). Read more. about cults.


Christianity is the only religion in the world that offers salvation purely by having faith in God’s grace instead of earning your own way to salvation (Ephesians 2:8-9). Read more about religions.