Maryland Bible College and Seminary is a service to the Body of Christ by providing graduates with a practical Bible college education which supplies the spiritual and educational resources to prepare and train others for their spiritual vocation and profession.
Though Christians might not be familiar with Purim, they will recognize its origins from the book of Esther. Understanding this Jewish holiday will help in showing the love of Christ to Jewish friends.
At the very basic level, syncretism happens when someone simply adds what they think the Bible says to what they already believe. Combining these two very different views leads to them adopting a third belief system.
Nothing in our Condition can ever change our Position, but a focus on our Position can radically improve our Condition. That’s what Ephesians is all about. For anyone who has wondered how he can be one of God’s children and still be so far from being like Jesus, this is the book for you. As you read it, may your changing Condition come into even closer conformity to your unchanging Position.
“Growing in Grace” is an easy to read and understand study that grows a believer in their relationship with Christ. No matter how long one has been a believer, the book firmly establishes the Bible as “The Believer’s Nourishment.”
John, Jesus, & Me takes you on a journey to discover what it means to have a relationship with God, what it feels like to know His love, and how to stay in a close personal relationship with Him.
In “Chosen to Serve”, Shawn Lazar examines the Biblical evidence and comes to a surprising conclusion: election is vocational. God chooses people, places, and things for service and reward, not for eternal life.
Living in the Family of Grace answers the need for discipleship materials grounded in the grace of God. Those who use this workbook will gain a clear understanding of what it means to be saved eternally, how to live their new life in God’s family, and what commitments are involved in becoming devoted followers of Jesus Christ.
Following the life of Simon Peter, The Captive and the King’s Will guides the new believer into the next steps of what it means to follow Christ. Assuming the reader has little or no previous exposure to church or Christianity, The Captive endeavours to touch on key sanctificational truths, grounding believers in their new-found faith as they pursue a walk with the Lord.
“All that the Prophets have Spoken” takes a look at the Bible without referral to Islam or the Quran. With an awareness of what Muslims believe about key prophets, the book examines what the Scriptures say about these men and connects them with the core message of the Bible.
Thats all for now folks!
Thats all for now folks!