Jesus, the King of the universe, asked us to learn everything He taught (Matthew 28:19-20). It was the last thing He said before ascending to heaven (Luke 24:51), being the Great Commission for all believers. The best way to fulfill this is to personally read the Bible, starting with the New Testament and then reading the Old Testament (John 17:17). To help with interpretation, we also provide a list of articles that explain what God’s Word has to say about every topic in the world. Instead of reading every page in order, we encourage you to save this page and read specific topics whenever you are struggling to answer a problem in your life.

About Christianity

Start here if you’re unsure about Jesus and Christianity.

Considering Jesus

Why should I care about God, Jesus, the spiritual world, or helping others (John 3:16)? Read more…

Suffering and Evil

Learn why evil exists (Romans 3:10-11) and how suffering is the path to spiritual perfection (James 1:2-4; Hebrews 2:10). Read more…

Evidence for God

There is so much evidence that there is more out there than what our 5 senses can pick up. Read more…

Other Religions

Every religion besides Christianity–Islam, Hinduism,  Buddhism, etc.–has many logical flaws. Read more about other religions

The Basics

Get started by understanding the most crucial aspects of following Jesus Christ.

Grace of Salvation

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

Confidence before God

Obey God (Matthew 7:21), have faith in God’s grace instead of your works (Ephesians 2:8-9), confess all sins (I John 1:9), and continue until you don’t feel condemned (I John 3:21). Read more…

Foundational Disciplines

Pray, repent and forgive, fellowship, be baptized, remember Jesus’ sacrifice, seek wisdom, and be held accountable (Hebrews 12:11). Read more…

Worshipping God

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

Faith in God

Instead of striving to stay alive in fear as a slave of the devil (Hebrews 2:14,15), have faith and trust (Hebrews 11:6) in His resources (Philippians 4:19). Read more…

Judgment of Hell

If we do not love and obey God (Matthew 7:21), we will have to pay for our own sins in hell (Matthew 5:22,26). Read more…

Hope of Heavenly Blessings

We have hope that our real blessings are in heaven (Colossians 1:5). Read more…

Sin & Character

Sin hurts ourselves and others, and character helps us to not do them. All sin falls under lust or pride (I John 2:16). These sins manifest themselves in 9 primary ways and can be destroyed by the character of the Holy Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23).

Lust & Contentment

Lust makes us feel like we need various pleasures, such as gluttony, greed, and sexual immorality, but God has given us the ability to be content (Philippians 4:11-13). Read more…

Pride & Humility

Our life should not be about fighting for our rights (I Corinthians 9:15,19) but becoming a servant to all (Mark 10:43-45), bearing with the weak (Galatians 6:2). This is because we know we can do nothing good on our own (Isaiah 64:6), and are fully indebted to God in gratitude (I Thessalonians 5:18). Read more…

Hate & Love

Unhealthy disgust becomes resentment and hate. All commandments can be simplified by loving God and others, the 2 greatest commandments (Matthew 22:36-40). Read more…

Depression & Joy

Unhealthy sadness becomes depression, but only through sadness can we be healed (Matthew 5:4; Ecclesiastes 7:3) and find a deep source of joy (Philippians 4:4). Read more…

Anxiety & Peace

Unhealthy fear leads to anxiously worrying, but peace leads to courage that erases all shame and guilt (Philippians 3:12-14).

Wrath & Patience

Unhealthy anger becomes wrath.

Laziness & Kindness

Apathy leads to laziness, but healthy ambition is kindness in a compassionate direction.

Hypocrisy & Goodness

A liar tends to hypocritically condemn, while a good person honestly seeks pure righteousness through judgment (John 7:24). Everyone does what is right/good in their own eyes so the root of unrighteousness is hypocrisy.

Idolatry & Faithfulness

The idolatrous seek self-worth from temporary sources, such as the approval of others, while the faithful seek after God alone.

Manipulation & Gentleness

Manipulators hurt others for their own benefit, but the gentle know how to benefit others and themselves.

Weakness & Self-control

The weak can’t do what they want, but the self-controlled can do anything God wants them to.

Your Purpose

Good works are what you should do to fulfill your purpose (Ephesians 2:10). 

Good Works

proves real faith (James 2:24), shown to others (Matthew 5:14-16; James 2:18) as a personal example (I Corinthians 11:1) without boasting (Proverbs 27:2), by faith not law (Romans 3:27), balancing joy and helping others (attach article), all done in excellence (Romans 12:2)

Reconciliation and Restoration

can’t offer gift (really spiritual gift) if you’re unreconciled; living in harmony

Determining your 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…


Ultimately the greatest work we can do is to lead other people to serve Jesus (Matthew 28:19-20). There is no greater deed than leading someone to say they are sorry for their sins (Luke 15:7). Always remember that for any good work that you do, it doesn’t matter if many people are coming to your church or if many people like you. If they don’t eventually commit their life to Jesus, your work is in vain (Galatians 4:9,11).

Important Topics

The following are everyday aspects of our lives that affect our character and works.


temptation, hurt


Self-worth, self-esteem


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


Every major decision in your life must be based on God’s will, and knowing that is about having the peace of God (Philippians 4:6-7).


How do I treat my family?

Work & Money


Ekman’s 6 base emotions: happiness (Philippians 4:4; James 4:9), sadness (James 4:9; Revelation 21:4), disgust, surprise, anger (Ephesians 4:26), and fear (Proverbs 1:7; I John 4:18) are inherently healthy, but can be used for good or excess can become evil. (Explain the purpose of emotions, like how anger relates to justice.)

Loneliness & Friendships

Dating & Marriage

Sexual Purity




Souls & Spirits

Physical Health

Angels, Demons, & Aliens

Covenants, Dispensations, & Ages

Destiny of Names

Hebrews 7:2


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…

Blessings & Curses

Gender Roles & Equality

End Times

Studying the Bible

When should we take something figuratively or literally? Hermeneutics has the answer.


Church Leadership

accountability system

Freedom vs Order

Politics is ultimately about balancing the paradox of having good laws while being as free as possible. 

David’s men didn’t follow the law of Solomon to turn him in, yet David respected the rule of Solomon despite him being evil and trying to kill him.


When should I fight (Matthew 10:34), or when should I live in peace (Romans 12:18)? Why are physical wars a necessary evil (Luke 22:38) but spiritual warfare something to encourage (II Corinthians 10:4)?





Foreign Affairs

immigration, sojourners


Gun Control



Privacy vs Security



hallucinogens, drugs, alcohol