The Book of Acts - TELUGU

Acts deals with the formative period of the early church, in which there was considerable growth. This can be seen in the way the church dealt with questions concerning the time of Jesus’ second coming, the status of the Gentiles, and the role of faith for salvation. We will reflect on what we, those who have been called by God to finish the work, can learn from their story.

 
The book of Daniel

Even though the Book has only twelve chapters, its pages are full of meaning for the believer in spite of it being more than two thousand and six hundred years old! Instead of the prophecies becoming obsolete and outdated, their relevance has increased exponentially with the passing of time. Learn more about “The Book of Daniel” with Dr. Sharath Babu.

 
The Book of Daniel

The Book of Daniel is a prophetical book which has relevance to the events happening even today. Learn more about these prophecies in this series with Pr. Dennis Sundaram.

 
The Book of Hebrews

Followers of Christ have suffered persecution throughout history. Stolen property, beatings, imprisonment and martyrdom have been the fate of countless Christians. For those of us who aren't suffering in these ways, it's hard to imagine the temptations that persecution brings. Christians who live in peace and safety often compromise their faith even without threats. As modern followers of Christ, we also face temptations to avoid troubles in this life by compromising our commitments to Jesus. But if we'll open our hearts to hear how the author of Hebrews urgently exhorted his original audience, we'll see how crucial it is that we stand strong in our faith, no matter what opposition we may face.

 
The Book of Romans - HINDI

In 1517, Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses. His act changed the world. Although much has changed, God’s Word hasn’t. Truth led Luther to challenge Rome and deliver to millions the great message of salvation by faith. Since then, Christianity has greatly advanced, freeing itself from centuries of false doctrine that usurped the gospel. Yet over time, the Reformation stalled. In this ecumenical age, the truths that began the Reformation have been blurred to hide fundamental differences that have remained unresolved since Luther’s day. The prophecies of Daniel 7:23–25, 8:9–12, Revelation 13–14, and the message of salvation by faith show why faithful Bible students must adhere to the truths that our Protestant forefathers defended, even at the cost of their lives. We reject all attempts to draw Christians back to Rome. Scripture points in the opposite direction (Rev. 18:4), and we proceed in that direction as we proclaim the gospel (Rev. 14:6).

 
The Book of Romans - KANNADA

In 1517, Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses. His act changed the world. Although much has changed, God’s Word hasn’t. Truth led Luther to challenge Rome and deliver to millions the great message of salvation by faith. Since then, Christianity has greatly advanced, freeing itself from centuries of false doctrine that usurped the gospel. Yet over time, the Reformation stalled. In this ecumenical age, the truths that began the Reformation have been blurred to hide fundamental differences that have remained unresolved since Luther’s day. The prophecies of Daniel 7:23–25, 8:9–12, Revelation 13–14, and the message of salvation by faith show why faithful Bible students must adhere to the truths that our Protestant forefathers defended, even at the cost of their lives. We reject all attempts to draw Christians back to Rome. Scripture points in the opposite direction (Rev. 18:4), and we proceed in that direction as we proclaim the gospel (Rev. 14:6).

 
The Book of Romans - MALAYALAM

In 1517, Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses. His act changed the world. Although much has changed, God’s Word hasn’t. Truth led Luther to challenge Rome and deliver to millions the great message of salvation by faith. Since then, Christianity has greatly advanced, freeing itself from centuries of false doctrine that usurped the gospel. Yet over time, the Reformation stalled. In this ecumenical age, the truths that began the Reformation have been blurred to hide fundamental differences that have remained unresolved since Luther’s day. The prophecies of Daniel 7:23–25, 8:9–12, Revelation 13–14, and the message of salvation by faith show why faithful Bible students must adhere to the truths that our Protestant forefathers defended, even at the cost of their lives. We reject all attempts to draw Christians back to Rome. Scripture points in the opposite direction (Rev. 18:4), and we proceed in that direction as we proclaim the gospel (Rev. 14:6).

 
The Book of Romans - TAMIL

In 1517, Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses. His act changed the world. Although much has changed, God’s Word hasn’t. Truth led Luther to challenge Rome and deliver to millions the great message of salvation by faith. Since then, Christianity has greatly advanced, freeing itself from centuries of false doctrine that usurped the gospel. Yet over time, the Reformation stalled. In this ecumenical age, the truths that began the Reformation have been blurred to hide fundamental differences that have remained unresolved since Luther’s day. The prophecies of Daniel 7:23–25, 8:9–12, Revelation 13–14, and the message of salvation by faith show why faithful Bible students must adhere to the truths that our Protestant forefathers defended, even at the cost of their lives. We reject all attempts to draw Christians back to Rome. Scripture points in the opposite direction (Rev. 18:4), and we proceed in that direction as we proclaim the gospel (Rev. 14:6).

 
The Book of Romans - TELUGU

In 1517, Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses. His act changed the world. Although much has changed, God’s Word hasn’t. Truth led Luther to challenge Rome and deliver to millions the great message of salvation by faith. Since then, Christianity has greatly advanced, freeing itself from centuries of false doctrine that usurped the gospel. Yet over time, the Reformation stalled. In this ecumenical age, the truths that began the Reformation have been blurred to hide fundamental differences that have remained unresolved since Luther’s day. The prophecies of Daniel 7:23–25, 8:9–12, Revelation 13–14, and the message of salvation by faith show why faithful Bible students must adhere to the truths that our Protestant forefathers defended, even at the cost of their lives. We reject all attempts to draw Christians back to Rome. Scripture points in the opposite direction (Rev. 18:4), and we proceed in that direction as we proclaim the gospel (Rev. 14:6).

 
The Burden of Christs Prayer

We read in Matthew 11 where Jesus says "Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light." But we also see that even Jesus Christ prayed. Is there any significance in that prayer. Join us as we find the burden Christ had in His prayer.

 
The Church of Epistles

The letters in the New Testament from Apostles to Christians are usually referred to as epistles. Let’s learn more about the churches to whom these letters were written.

 
The Final Call

There are various signs in the Bible that indicate we are in the end time of the world’s history. Come and join us as we shed more light on the final call to reassure us that we are indeed even closer to the Lord’s second coming.