Resurrection Sunday: Jesus is Raised from the Dead By Adam Miller

Matthew 28:1-8; Mark 16:1-13; Luke 24:1-43; John 20:1-29 The culmination of all of these days leading up to Resurrection Sunday should result in the unfettered release of all our built up anticipation. This is the day that we really rejoice because without the resurrection, there would be no hope for eternity. Christ had to die […]

Saturday: Jesus is Buried By Adam Miller

Matthew 27:57-66; Mark 15:42-47; Luke 23:50-56; John 19:38-42 The day after Jesus died would have been extremely quiet. For everyone who attending Jesus’ trial and execution, there would have been an uneasy feeling. Even the centurion, tasked with crucifying Jesus, was astounded by Jesus. (Matthew 27:54) The Bible does not tell us what happened with the […]

Good Friday: Jesus’ Death on the Cross By Adam Miller

Matthew 27:32-56; Mark 15:21-41; Luke 23:26-49; John 19:17-37 The day that Jesus suffered, bled, and died would forever be known as ‘Good Friday.’ To an outsider of Christianity, this may seem morbid and repulsive, but for those of us who know the value of what was accomplished on that cross, we can say as Paul says, […]

A Review of The Passion By Adam Miller

“ In an attempt to provide a positive message in contrast to the glorification of sin in Hollywood, “Christian Media” falls short in communicating the gospel message.” I finally got a chance to sit down and watch Tyler Perry’s The Passion the other night. I’d like to say that I watched it with an open […]

Maundy Thursday: The Day Before Jesus Died By Adam Miller

Matthew 26:36-56; Mark 14:32-50; Luke 22:39-53; John 18:1-1 It is interesting to note how Jesus spent His final day with His disciples. This would have been a traditional day during the Passover week when the people of Israel would have gathered together to remember how God had provided salvation for them from slavery in Egypt. The […]

Wednesday: The Council to Kill Jesus By Adam Miller

Matthew 26:1-5, 14-16; Mark 14:1-2, 10-11; Luke 22:1-6; John 11:45-57, 12:9-10 The Gospels give us very little detail to the events of the fourth day of Passover. We know that Jesus made his trek back into Jerusalem and continued to teach, which further infuriated the Pharisees. That night they gathered together in secret and plotted how they could kill Him, […]

Tuesday: The Withered Tree By Adam Miller

Matthew 21:18-22; Mark 11:20-25 When Jesus headed back into Jerusalem from Bethany for the third day of the Passover week, His disciples noticed something important. The fig tree that Jesus had cursed the day before had noticeably withered up and died.  Mark tells the story of these three days in one fell swoop making clear connections between the […]

Monday: The Cleaning of the Temple By Adam Miller

Matthew 21:12-17; Mark 11:12-19; Luke 19:41-48; John 2:13-22 On the following day, as Jesus was approaching Jerusalem, He was hungry and saw a fig tree. The text in Mark tells us that it was not the season for figs, but it would probably be better translated that it was not the season for harvesting figs. The tree should have been full of fruit. […]

Palm Sunday: The Triumphal Entry By Adam Miller

Matthew 21:1-11; Mark 11:1-11; Luke 19:28-40; John 12:12-19    After Jesus was baptized and began His earthly ministry, it only took Him three years to become a celebrity. In the first day of the week before He died, He arrives in the city of Jerusa­lem to a highly anticipatory crowd. This would have been the most […]

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Resurrection: Fact or Fiction? By Bobby Conway

“Sometimes its just easier to believe the facts than create fiction” Editor’s note: The credibility of the Christian faith has been brought into question since before the birth of the Church at Pentecost. For over 2000 years opponents of Christianity have done everything they could think of to discredit the truth about Jesus. Today, the […]

Matt & Cathy Boyle -Hello Summer J1

This week Adam is talking to Matt & Cathy Boyle from Hello Summer J1 Ministry It is a program reaching foreign students that come to the U.S. on the J1 student work visa for the summer. Learn more about this great ministry at:    To donate click above