Reading Time: 15 minutes By: Brad Moore
God wrath on the day of final judgement of the earth.


There are a lot of people discussing end times events and questioning whether we are living in the last days. With the world facing numerous challenges, from natural disasters to global conflicts, it’s no wonder that many are questioning whether we are on the brink of Armageddon as told in the Bible.  

Many people are searching for answers and many others are conflating biblical prophecy and wild Hollywood stories as the grapple with these uncertain times that we are living in today. 

Reading Time: 16 minutes By: Brad Moore
Meeting Jesus in the clouds - The Rapture

Understanding the Church during End Times

The Rapture, a topic of intrigue and debate, often sparks curiosity and questions. It’s a subject that has captured the imagination of many, both within and outside religious circles. The concept has been hyped in both circles, but is widely misunderstood.

What is the Rapture? It is a concept most commonly associated with conservative branches of Christianity, particularly Evangelical and Fundamentalist branches. It was popularized by Hall Lindsay in the 70’s and later by Jerry Jenkins and Tim Lehaye in the Left Behind book series.

Reading Time: 4 minutes By: Brad Moore
Why Good People Go To Hell

This is a question that many people wrestle with. If God is good, how can he justify sending good people to hell? The answer to this question really lies in how we understand the goodness of God and the nature of man’s own heart.

I had the pleasure to publish an article on this very subject on a friend’s blog recently. I want to invite you to read it – How Can a Good God Condemn People to Hell

Like I said, I would encourage you to read this article as it lays the foundation of why a good God not only would but actually must condemn good people who fail to accept Him to eternity in hell.

Reading Time: 8 minutes By: Brad Moore
The Doctrine of Hell

The Gospel is a rich tapestry of God’s love, hope, and a call to reconciliation. While it predominantly resonates with His grace, it also makes clear His sovereign judgement. A Just and Holy God will, by definition, judge the unrighteousness of man. The doctrine of Hell is a core component of this truth, challenging yet crucial. Contemporary society, deeply entrenched in relativism, tends to obscure absolutes, pushing doctrines like Hell into the shadows. But this doctrine matters significantly and it is the Church’s responsibility is to shed light on these truths.