Ever wish you could have a do-over? We’ve all been there. Choices in our relationships, finances, or faith, can often leave us wishing we could try again. While our past may shape us, it doesn’t have to define us. No matter what, a fresh start IS possible.
Jeremiah 29:7 says, But seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the Lord on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare.
Life can be overwhelming. It’s easy to feel helpless and leave little room for hope. While there are many things in this world that appear powerful… God is Stronger.
No matter what your thoughts are on Christianity, chances are you have an opinion. Over the weeks ahead, we will be looking at some of the common objections and questions concerning Christianity.
We will journey through much of Luke’s meticulous investigation of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. We will see how the Kingdom of Jesus is unlike anything anyone expected. It deals with Jesus’ divinity, over disappointments and decisions that need to be made.
Everybody wants to be happy. Pursuing happiness is built into every person, of every age. We often think we’ll find it in a new relationship, or that next accomplishment – yet true, lasting happiness somehow eludes us. Contrary to popular belief, God is not anti-happiness. He actually invites us to be happy in Him.
“Culture” has been defined as a ‘widely held set of beliefs and values.’ The Gospel is The Good News of the person of Christ and His work on the cross. The church is called not to be angry at the culture or apathetic toward the culture – but to engage the culture with the gospel.
We all want this year to be better than the one before. We all know we need to make changes but how many times have we tried to change and failed? What kind of joy and freedom could we experience if we had the tools and encouragement to bring about real change?
Jeremiah 29:7 says, “But seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the Lord on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare.” In this series, we discover how we can be a "church for the city".
Many people think of Jesus as this safe, tranquil, sentimental religious guru who just went around spreading love. In reality, Jesus said many polarizing statements that made people either love Him or hate Him.
We all want the perfect family. Well, perfect families don’t exist – even in the Bible. What does exist, are families that find help to overcome generational hurt, marital stress, in-law trouble, financial strain. In this series we will discover how God can make a difference in our imperfect families.
The church at its inception was a movement built around the conviction that Jesus had died as the only Savior for sinners, and that He had risen from the dead, proving He was who He said He was.