Scott Rogers

Author, Bible Teacher & Missionary
Over the last 45 years, Scott has been involved in various cross-cultural missionary endeavors in both the U.S. and Latin America, including water resource development for impoverished communities, Bible teaching, evangelism, discipleship, and church planting.
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Christ In Scripture

Spreading the fame of Christ among those who don’t know him and making him more honored and adored among those who do.

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Woman bowing hear head in prayer and seeking God

Some people claim that since we can't see God, finding him is impossible, so we shouldn't waste our time seeking him. For them, God is just an interesting discussion topic. But many throughout history have claimed to have sought God and found him. All throughout Scripture God tells us to seek him. Why would God invite us to seek him if it's impossible to find him?

Pontius Pilate questions Jesus: "What is truth?"

“What is truth?” Pontius Pilate's infamous question to Jesus during his trial seems sarcastic, maybe even cynical. Was he asking to find ultimate truth? No, probably not. But it's a legitimate question—what is truth? Is it real, or just an illusory concept? Are there really absolutes as opposed to just ideas? And what is Christ's kingdom of truth?

Two oxen joined together by a yoke, pulling a plow.

In the ancient world and even in many parts of the world today, farmers used animals to do the heavy work of plowing fields, carrying loads, and pulling carts. When two animals were used, they were joined together by a wooden yoke. Jesus used this most familiar farm implement to describe the relationship he has with those who trust him.

Woman bowing hear head in prayer and seeking God

Seeking and Finding the God Who is Near

Some people claim that since we can’t see God, finding him is impossible, so we shouldn’t waste our time seeking him. For them, God is just an interesting discussion topic. But many throughout history have claimed to have sought God and found him. All throughout Scripture God tells us to seek him. Why would God invite us to seek him if it’s impossible to find him?

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Pontius Pilate questions Jesus: "What is truth?"

Christ’s Kingdom of Truth

“What is truth?” Pontius Pilate’s infamous question to Jesus during his trial seems sarcastic, maybe even cynical. Was he asking to find ultimate truth? No, probably not. But it’s a legitimate question—what is truth? Is it real, or just an illusory concept? Are there really absolutes as opposed to just ideas? And what is Christ’s kingdom of truth?

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Two oxen joined together by a yoke, pulling a plow.

Wearing the Yoke of Christ

In the ancient world and even in many parts of the world today, farmers used animals to do the heavy work of plowing fields, carrying loads, and pulling carts. When two animals were used, they were joined together by a wooden yoke. Jesus used this most familiar farm implement to describe the relationship he has with those who trust him.

Continue Reading

Teachings and Resources for Those Seeking God

“Those who come to God must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who diligently seek him.” …(Hebrews 11:6)

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