"Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen" (Hebrews 11:1).

Faith is an integral part of every Christian's life. It's with faith that we overcome trials, it's with faith that we look ahead to our future, and it's with faith that we withstand our enemy. Learn more about this essential Christian characteristic and how you can develop it by checking out our resources on "Faith" below.

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A blog post by Peter Eddington
A Lesson in Humility

I have a riddle for you: "What do you have, until you realize that you have it, and then you don't have it?"

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Videos in Faith

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Faith Sermons

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Related Booklet

You Can Have Living Faith

You Can Have Living Faith

Our world is experiencing a crisis of faith. Few people place much faith in the future. Many have no faith their marriages will survive, that political leaders will honorably serve their country or that education will prepare them adequately for the challenges ahead. Faced with the difficulties of everyday life, many people simply have no confidence that there will be a better tomorrow.

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