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Why didn't God have someone paint an accurate portrait of Jesus?
Billy Graham writes, "The important thing is not what Jesus looked like, but who He was and what He did for us."
Did the first Christians build elaborate church buildings for worship?
Billy Graham writes, "The early Christians were small in number and often persecuted, so they couldn't build special buildings for their own use."
I gave my life to Jesus recently. My parents say that if I'm a Christian I'll have to give up the music I've always listened to. Are they right?
Billy Graham writes, "I suggest you begin by asking your parents what concerns them about your music—not to argue with them, but to understand them. You still may not agree, but if they have some legitimate concerns, you should respect them."
Tools in a Toolbox
Pastors find music to be a powerful tool for evangelism.
Reasons for Our Hope
What evidence supports the fact that Scripture is both historically reliable and accurate?
The Bible: More Exhilarating Than Any Heresy
A seminary president tells why Christians must know how to articulate the truths of Scripture in the face of heresy.
"I Love Walking With Him"
A gospel music great tells how God has led him through times of success, disappointment and pain.