This Sunday we cast a vision for the summer and the rest of the year. We discussed how the church works and the work of the church.
The Spirit compels us to cry out, ‘Abba, Father!” This Sunday we will examine why this salutation is so appropriate when we address our heavenly Father!
It is very easy to lose perspective when we’re not practicing spiritual hygiene, and we think that everything around us is the problem. Jesus cultivated habits like prayer, scripture, fellowship, and thankfulness. By imitating these habits, we sow habits and reap the rewards of spiritual hygiene
Though God has promised to be with us, and we are created to be with Him – we can often feel alone and distant from Him. Join us as we journey together toward an encounter … with the Almighty. Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no…
This body that we have is decaying. It does not matter who you are, whether you are rich or poor we all die. We live in a fallen world, this world will not get any better. Our major concern should be about our attitude toward Jesus’ word.
Mother’s Day is a great day to think about and thank your mom (and the other godly women that God has placed in your life!) for showing you a part of what God’s love looks like. There’s just something different about a mother’s love. And that great feeling you have when you get a hug from mom is just a small taste of God’s love for you. The Bible says that God is our Father, but there are times and ways that He loves us and comforts us just like a mother comforts her child.
Heaven the place, teaches us that a promise fulfilled is powerful, especially when the promise maker is Christ.
In a world filled with decay, we wait in eager hope for heaven, the place we go to where our physical bodies will be renewed and God will create for us a place with no tears, no more death or decay.
The promise of heaven is worth waiting for. From his promise to Abraham to the upcoming hope of a new Jerusalem, the promise of heaven is what our faith holds on to. While we wait for this promise, we are called to stand firm and not compromise in our walk with God
We don’t just go to church, we are the Church. Biblically, the church is viewed as a family/household. However, some people don’t have a good view of what family means and when we get distracted, one of the first things to be sacrificed is family. How do you view church and family and how does it affect how you are living?
As we finish our series in God and Money, we reflect on the fact that Jesus talked about money as a thing to be joyful about. We are encouraged to consider how we manage the money God has given us and to stop trying to live up to the expectations of wealth that we form by looking at the people around us. We are left with the questing of if we are rich toward God or rich toward money and are cautioned to choose wisely.