Remi Adeleke Ministries: The Bridge To A Holy Relationship, part 1

[display_podcast]In Isaiah 53:2-6 we read: My servant grew up in the Lord’s presence like a tender green shoot,     like a root in dry ground. There was nothing beautiful or majestic about his appearance,     nothing to attract us to him. 3 He was despised and rejected—     a man of sorrows, acquainted with deepest grief. We turned our backs on him and looked the other way.     He was despised, and we did not care.4 Yet it was our weaknesses he carried;     it was our sorrows[a]  … [Read more...]

Reflections of Grace 111: Are You For Real?

Are there any pretenses that you maintain?Being abused as a child, I had very low self-esteem growing up and no sense of identity and no one to validate that I was even important.In high school, I had already become very adept at making myself look busy and important, when in reality I had no friends and nowhere to go. So, on my lunch hours, instead of sitting and eating, or finding a group of kids to interact with, I would spend the entire hour briskly walking around and through the … [Read more...]

Transform: Encouragement for Christian Entrepreneurs

(The following was originally published at’t forget to key in with Jesus Christ today. Don’t forget to take that time in your day just to pause and get your mind on track with His purposes.Remember, He promised that when you seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, then all the other things that you clamor for and are nervous about will be added to you!So, in your business, relax today. Rest in the Savior. Let the Spirit of God empower you to live out H … [Read more...]

Summit Lecture Series: The Hadith & Islam’s Battles with and Christians and Jews with Nabeel Qureshi

To purchase the entire DVD set of the Summit Lecture Series, visit 624 AD, Muhammad started launching raids against Meccan caravans from Medina, which caused the Meccans to retaliate in larger numbers. That’s when the large-scale battles began, including the Battle of Badr, the Battle of Uhud, and Battle of the Trench.During this time, the Jewish tribesmen of Medina realize that instead of being a peaceful arbiter, Muhammad was bringing about more and more strife to their re … [Read more...]

Jesus in HD 145: “Let the Reader (or Hearer) Understand!”

[display_podcast]Welcome to December.Not our December, I’m talking about Jesus’ final December.As John observed in John 10, it was winter, and Jesus was in Jerusalem for what John calls the Feast of Dedication.As we break seal on this story, we are now a mere four months from the crucifixion.When we last left Jesus, He had just healed a man born blind following the Feast of Tabernacles in October. This led to a rather heated confrontation with the religious leaders who kicked … [Read more...]

Summit Lecture Series: Mecca, Medina and Ancient Islamic History with Nabeel Qureshi

To purchase the entire DVD set of the Summit Lecture Series, visit If Islam is divinely inspired, and then, since then it has been corrupted and now we have a “crazy religion”, then the question rests not on the corruptions, but on the original religion. Is it truly divinely inspired? How do we know? That’s what I’m interested in. What did Muhammad originally teach? Did he teach peace? Did he teach violence?   Does what he originally taught have anything to do with what Muslims are do … [Read more...]