Happy couples exhibit certain things in their relationships. This series takes a look at Biblical marriages and the qualities of each.
The natural tendency in every area of life is to live by drift. We just wander. Have you ever considered the powerful testimony of Deuteronomy 1:2 that tells us that trip from Mount Sinai to the promise land only took on average 11 days? How do you end up wandering for 40 years? You drift.
The wiser plan is to plan and prepare in advance. Live by design. Not by drift.
The New Year is the opportunity of a new beginning. How will you begin afresh?
Throughout this study we will visit the fields around Bethlehem as God worked toward the coming of our Savior and His Son. The night Jesus was born, we are told shepherds were in those fields and they were visited by angels. But God’s footprints in and around Bethlehem had been evident for centuries … and if we look closely, in those stories we see much about the one to come.
It is easy for us to forget. We sometimes lament, “Why don’t miracles happen today?” They do. Not on demand. We don’t get to be in control. But God does. Always has.
Isaiah 45:15 (NLT), “Truly, O God of Israel, our Savior, you work in mysterious ways.”
Isaiah 45:15 (MSG), “Clearly, you are a God who works behind the scenes, God of Israel, Savior God.”
God can and do great things in our lives, even against all odds—for His Glory and for our good.
Five words that will transform your life and our church: honor, serve, share, lead, and give.
1 Corinthians 15:58, “Always work enthusiastically for the Lord, for you know that nothing you do for the Lord is ever useless.”
Are we “Christians” or do we just “call ourselves” Christians? Are we authentic? Or is it just a label we wear?
Serving our neighbors opens doors for relationships and lives out what Christ has called us to.
Hot Topics has been one of the most often requested and talked about series. We return to the challenging topics after laying a foundation of the importance of spiritual disciplines. It is important when dealing with the difficult subjects of life that we do so out of a growing spirituality that is rooted in the scriptures, the community of the church and an on-going relationship with the Father.