In this article, the idea and practice of prayer is emphasized, both to enhance the spiritual life, and to show that without prayer, a relationship with Christ is impossible.
The second poem to be released by Even Unto The End Of The World, this work accompanies the second episode of "In The Apostles' Doctrine," which bears the same name. It is a poetic work dedicated to asking in faith of those things that God would graciously give us as His children, specifically in Jesus' Name.
Monday, the 21st of May, marked the first celebration of the feast day Mary, Mother of the Church. Pope Francis added this feast to the Roman calendar for the Monday after Pentecost every year. Pope Francis stated that he hopes this feast will "encourage the growth of the maternal sense of the Church in the … Continue reading Mary, Mother of the Church
To give readers and listeners a visual aid for their faithful hearing, Even Unto The End Of The World presents the very first poetic post for this blog ministry: Gethsemane. From the inspiration for the first episode, read the lines that motivated a now blossoming and ever-expanding evangelistic blog.
The first book written by Matthew Pope, “In Doctrine, Uncorrupt,” is a compilation of articles published on February 15, 2014. Featuring nearly 30 articles, it contains a series of writings composed while writing for his home church's newsletter at Northside Baptist Church in Wilmington, North Carolina. Monthly articles, each pertains to a Christian … Continue reading EUTEOTW: In Doctrine, Uncorrupt
Introducing the book-line for Even Unto The End Of The World: And Lo I Am With You Alway. Founded in 2016, this ministry provides every detail and instrument needed to publish works of God for The Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20), under the authority of the unction from The Holy One (1 John 2:20)
Introducing Matthew Pope's lay ministry and blog: Even Unto The End Of The World. Dedicated to evangelism and The Great Commission, this lay-blog strives to fulfill the end of going into all the world for The Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ
My day often consists of prayer, classes, work, talking to friends, meals, and homework. With so much going, it is easy for me to compartmentalize my day so that each task is separate from the next. Nothing is wrong with this, except for when I compartmentalize God and my prayer to specific times of day. … Continue reading Bringing God Into Our Daily Lives
Unfortunately we've arrived at a point again where the United Kingdom has decided that they have the right to block a child's parents from recieving the healthcare he deserves. Back last year we had this same issue with Charlie Gard, who the government would not allow to be flown to the United States or the … Continue reading Here we are again
What I've pasted below is a clipping of a letter from a young Catholic father of three. It was posted on First Things website by Archbishop Charlse Chaput of Philidelphia. What I've pasted is only an excerpt so I encourage you to check out the full article on First Things. We young people crave the … Continue reading A Letter from a Young Adult