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The death and resurrection of Jesus are at the heart of the Christian faith. In fact, the main reason that Jesus came to be among us was to later die for us. Yes, he was a great
prophet who taught us much about how to live better lives. But Jesus was much more than a prophet. His mission and destiny was to save us by being crucified for our sins. He
has given us countless gifts through His death and resurrection, and here are just a few of them:
We are proud to award an honorary doctorate in Biblical Studies to Mr. Luck, who for many years has been teaching and ministering free and low-cost seminars and messages that Help Other People Excel (H.O.P.E.), in key cities throughout the U.S. The goal with these seminars has been to provide a biblical life coaching experience which helps people learn how to apply proven Biblical Kingdom Principles taught by Jesus, which bring success in all areas of life. Dr. hc. Luck has a vision to open The Academy for Purpose, a school that will teach individuals to succeed in life by following biblical principles. To contribute to this project, or to inquire about a free/low-cost seminar in your community, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Valentine's day, we celebrate the greatest gift given to mankind by our Creator: the capacity to love others deeply and unconditionally, the same way Jesus loves us each one of us! Yet some of us don't know how to fully express or receive love, perhaps because we've been hurt by others in the past, or have been raised in homes where love wasn't freely given, or have been conditioned by our modern society to put our own needs first. To love profoundly is a skill that can be strengthened with practice and determination, and the Bible gives us some excellent tips for how to LOVE better:
Want to Accomplish Your Goals and Resolutions This Year? Start By Renewing Your Faith in Him!
Do you remember
that moment when Jesus came into your life? For many of you, it may have been a time of suffering or pain that led you to Him. Whatever it was-divorce, depression, betrayal, stress,
health problems-the memory of it probably pales in comparison to the intense joy and peace that you experienced at having found your Saviour.
The moment that you discovered that the utmost meaning and purpose of your life was to serve your Lord is the moment that your chains were broken. Chains of worry, loneliness, anger, jealousy, guilt, resentment--all broken by the promises made by our Lord to love us unconditionally and shower us with His amazing grace.
Some of us are fortunate enough to have experienced this transformation in an instant, while others of us have had to work hard to develop our trust in Him. And still others of us have yet to find Jesus. Whatever your case may be, we hope that in this new year, your relationship with Him will be stronger and deeper than it has even been, and that through your faith in Him you will reach incredible new heights in your life!