The following articles are related to the topic of MISSIONARY SOCIETY

The Case of Eutychus

The case of Eutychus in Acts chapter 20 is a testament to the authenticity of the Christian religion and an assurance that death is not the end of existence.

Paul’s Two-Year Roman Imprisonment

By weaving together the data found in Paul’s prison epistles, one can get some feeling for how things fared for the apostle in Rome before being imprisoned again and finally departing to be with the Lord in his heavenly kingdom.

A Mission Work We Highly Recommend

We are happy to introduce a new mission effort into which our loved ones will be entering, Lord willing, in the coming year. Please put this work into your prayers.

The Support of Gospel Preachers

Some preachers are pampered and unquestionably not worth what they make. On the other hand, there are others who simply are not treated fairly—consistent with the principle of the Golden Rule.

Jesus, Cursed by God

What is the symbolic meaning behind the statement that Jesus was hung on a tree when he was actually hung on a cross?

Making Sense of the Bible

The Bible is the most important book one could ever read. And it is possible to understand it, when the great plan of the Bible is taken into consideration. Wayne Jackson walks through the 66 books of the Bible and highlights the message and purpose of each inspired text.

The Separation of Paul and Barnabas

The seemingly tragic separation of Paul and Barnabas is well known to serious Bible students. What was the cause of this breach of work-association? Who was to blame? What might the Christian learn from this episode? Study this case with us.

Did Paul Sin in Submitting to the Temple Ritual?

One of the most controversial contexts in the book of Acts has to do with Paul’s activity in the Jerusalem temple, as recorded in Acts 21. Did the apostle violate the law of God in “purifying” himself in that ritual? Some so claim, but is this a necessary conclusion?

When Freedom Becomes a License for Evil

America is the land of the “free.” But “free” to do what? Anything one wishes, irrespective of the harm to others? This is a probing question that many seem to have forgotten.