Loving the Unlovely

In a culture where there is hatred and suspicion, Jesus moves social intelligence to a different level by saying – love your enemy. While one might be a target of hate, a Christ follower is called to reciprocate with love.

Margins to the Mainstream

The God of the Bible cares for the poor and the marginalised. The real-life stories depicted in the gospels are powerful testimony to the nature of the God we worship. In them, we find hope and help, no matter who we are!

Friend of Sinners

While one looks out for the best in any bargain, contrary to other worldviews that look for the initiated and the committed, Jesus reaches out to sinners. The Bible says, God loved us while we were still sinners. In fact Jesus did not love us from a distance but reached out to us.

Who Do You Say That I Am?

In 2000 years, the question of Jesus’ identity has not escaped the attention of mainstream media. The question: Who do you say that I am? continues to be defining matter for individuals and cultures. And how did Jesus reveal Himself to His immediate audience?

Facing Rejection in Life

Ironically, some of the premier institutions of learning report cases of suicides. With a culture that motivates us to win, it appears that we do not know how to handle failure. Yet one of the greatest victories was won on the throes of defeat. Join Neil Vimalkumar in his five-part series ‘Consider Jesus’.