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The book of Revelation can be confusing and intimidating. In this encouraging message Rodgers Atwebembeire highlights the most important aspect of chapter 2—the preeminence of Jesus Christ. 
The “Prosperity Gospel” (Word-Faith) movement promotes a distorted view of man's authority, identity, health and wealth.  But the prayer in Psalm 130 shows us the right way to rely on God for every need, as Rodgers Atwebembeire explains.
It can be intimidating to share the Gospel with a cult member! How do you begin? Rodgers Atwebembeire gives us three important things to keep in mind:1) Know basic Bible teachings (and be able to explain them)2) Pray for the one you’re evangelizing3) Emphasize the role of God’s grace in salvation
The urgency of contending for the faith was paramount to Jude in his letter to the saints.  What does this mean for us? The answer may surprise you, as Rodgers Atwebembeire explains.
Former atheist Eliud Gachunji tells Vincent Kajuma of ACFAR Kenya how God used apologetics to convince him that He exists. 
Apologetics is the defense of the faith. Do you have to be a scholar to understand and use apologetics? Actually, all Christians are called—and commanded—to defend “the faith once for all delivered to the saints" (Jude 3–4). And this is very good news, as Vincent Kajuma explains.
Does God promise to bless you with money? Is it God’s will for you to be rich? Lots of pastors and self-proclaimed prophets today say “Yes!” But there are many reasons why every Christian should beware of this too-good-to-be-true “gospel of prosperity.” In this two-part series Rodgers Atwebembeire gives you four that you should take very seriously.Also see…A Statement on Prosperity Teaching (Lausanne)
Christians can easily get frustrated with someone who is always questioning, but the Bible calls us to respond with compassion. In this episode Vincent Kajuma of ACFAR Kenya gives us eight helpful ways to approach the one who doubts.
Jude 22 commands us to “have mercy on those who doubt”. Christians can easily get frustrated with someone who is always questioning, but the Bible calls us to respond with compassion. Vincent Kajuma of ACFAR Kenya helps us understand and wisely apply God’s Word.
Many people are asking: “Will Ravi Zacharias be saved in the end?” Such questions naturally haunt us in our own private encounters with sin: How will this affect my eternal fate? Does this sin endanger my salvation? But by focusing on these kinds of questions we skew biblical priorities. Vincent Kajuma of ACFAR Kenya explains.Used by kind permission of The Gospel Coalition Africa.
Two especially toxic teachings are threatening the health of the church today: “hyper-grace” and the “Prosperity Gospel.” What does the Bible really teach us about grace and prosperity? Rodgers Atwebembeire explains.More on this topic:Grasping the True Grace of God (article)Hyper-Grace (videos)
What does the Bible say about false teachings? A lot! From Matthew to Revelation, almost every book in the New Testament warns us to be on our guard. Learn the six main kinds of false teaching, the nine enemies of truth, and more as Rodgers Atwebembeire explains.
Although William Marrion Branham died over 50 years ago, his influence is still felt around the world. Was he a true prophet of God—or a deceiver? Rodgers Atwebembeire examines the claims of Branham and his followers in the light of Scripture.
Andrew Wommack spreads his message on prosperity and healing across the world through “the power of radio and television,” his Charis Bible Colleges, and ample use of the Internet. But are his claims biblically sound? Because Scripture warns Christians to beware of false teachers, we must carefully examine and answer his potentially devastating doctrines in two key areas. Rodgers Atwebembeire of ACFAR explains.More resources answering Andrew Wommack:• The Word-Faith Teachings of Andrew Wommack (video)• Review of God Wants You Well: What the Bible Really Says about Walking in Divine Health
Exorcism in the African church is amazingly widespread. But we have to ask ourselves: Is deliverance  ministry really the church's main purpose? Rodgers Atwebembeire brings helpful answers. www.ACFAR.orgReposted by kind permission of The Gospel Coalition—Africa.
Faith of Unity is a religion centered on Desteo Bisaka (1930–2021), who called himself “Owobusobozi” (Runyoro, “almighty one”). He openly rejected the Bible and Christianity, declared himself to be God, and wrote his own book of scripture (“The Book of God”). Based on his miracle claims, he ordered his followers to worship him and commanded new rules for their daily lives. In this message Rodgers Atwebembeire gives biblical answers—and hope—to those who still look to Bisaka for their salvation. 
Are we in danger from false apostles? Do we still have biblical apostles? These and many other important questions deserve honest answers. Rodgers Atwebembeire makes a compelling case for testing those who claim to be apostles and invites you along to examine the Scriptures.
Where is God’s mercy when we go through difficult times—even if it’s a time when we suffer from our own mistakes? Does He care? Yes! In light of Jesus’ coming, we can have rest, joy and peace. Rodgers Atwebembeire explains from Scripture.
Where is God’s mercy when we go through difficult times—even if it’s a time when we suffer from our own mistakes? Does He care? Yes! In light of Jesus’ coming, we can have rest, joy and peace. Rodgers Atwebembeire explains from Scripture.
How can a pastor equip his congregation for biblical discernment? We can learn much from Paul’s urgent charge to Timothy, as Rodgers Atwebembeire explains.
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