The Gospel in Mark 10:35 teaches us that greatness is not defined by how many people you can Lord over, but greatness is defined as how many people you serve and give to.
My joy and crown. Does this describe your relationships? A deeper level of insight and love is to love people the way they need to be loved.
The message of hope we have in Jesus does not exempt us from suffering but instead can produce in us an overflow of joy when we trust Him in all our challenges.
Do you hear God’s Calling? It’s not about us. It’s about God’s perfect plan for humanity. God is calling us to contend side by side in unity to give the irresistible message of hope, love and compassion through Jesus to our hurting cities.
As the ultimate model, God teaches us that a father’s love means discipline, protection and the ability to be always available for your children. Happy Father’s Day to all our wonderful dads.
As we continue to study the character of Jesus through His interactions with people around Him, this Sunday we will focus on Jesus’ most important relationship: the relationship with His Father.
Although Christ foresaw his betrayal, he did not treat Judas as his sin deserved, but extended grace towards him. No matter how far off our faith journey we are, in repenting, we can rebuild our identity in, and relationship with Christ.
God’s truth is such a powerful way that helps us be set free from the lies we tend to believe. Come join us for our special monthly Eastern Canadian Worship Service as we hear a very engaging message and relevant sharing by many young Christians from the Next Generation on this topic!
We rise above temptation when we choose of need for being God centred over our wants for materiality. Jesus’ encounter with the tempter reveals that wisdom is needed to combat temptation.
Are you rich towards God? The parable of the rich fool teaches us that your life does not consist of the abundance of your possessions, but the value of your relationship with God