This tract explains why we are to exactly look at or mark the spiritual example of our spiritual leaders.
This tract is about our relationship one with another in the local church with our Christian brethren.
In this tract I delineate from Paul’s pastoral epistles what we should be preaching and what we should not be preaching.
This tract deals with social sins of the tongue, and it focuses on social networks as an extension and amplification of those sins. Gossip, envy, pride, boasting, and other sins are discussed.
This is a tract for Muslims showing the errors of adding the Koran as a divine revelation beside the Bible.
This tract deals with identifying the fundamentals of the Christian faith. These essential doctrines are things which we cannot move or budge on.
This tract explains why ministers cannot hide evil and ungodly conduct behind the mask of being God’s annointed.
This tract outlines some very important considerations that a new believer in Christian should greatly pursue.
In pc16 Why Christians shouldn’t use drugs? we examine what is a biblical position about hallucinogenic drug use. The Bible condemns this kind of drug use as being a doorway to the demonic world. It is regularly used in witchcraft and wicked, pagan religions to “communicate with the spirits”, and we offer help in the form of Bible verses to break the addiction to drugs.
In this tract outline the broad problems I see in the Pentecostal movement