How does a Christian deal with the difficult people in their lives? How does the Gospel transform our thinking about the people we lead, we work with, we live with and love?
It's hard to know what is genuine, or who is the real deal. Can you name the qualities that would mark you as a fully-devoted follower of Jesus?
There isn’t a single one of us who hasn’t been criticized, bullied, or shamed for something we said or did. How do you face the critics in your life? You can try and avoid them, which never seems to work. You can try and attack them, which may make things worse. You can even try to live with it which makes your life worse. Is there a better way?
Ever been misunderstood? Don’t you find that it is even more painful to be misunderstood by the people who are closest to you? As a Christian you can count on being misunderstood. How we face that misunderstanding can be a matter of life and death to those around us.
Most critics will say that the church is only interested in your money. But more fundamental to the conversation is the question, “Whose money is it?” If God is the source of “every perfect gift”, James 1:17, then what does God have to say about what He’s already given us?
You may have heard the expression, “You always hurt the one you love” but have you considered that there are times when the most loving thing you can do is to hurt them?
As a Christian you can count on being misunderstood. How we face that misunderstanding can be a matter of life and death to those around us.
Is there more to the Gospel than confessing our sin and believing in Jesus? What happens when the Gospel gets a hold of our lives?
When the going gets tough, where do you go? It's not easy being a follower of Christ today; the Apostle Paul kept going strong despite those who opposed him.
One of the greatest moments in the history of the world is one that is largely misunderstood. Listen in as we understand and celebrate the truth of Christ's resurrection in "Coming Alive"
Palm Sunday is a day of celebration and the Bible tells us that He's coming again someday. What can we learn from him coming to Jerusalem so we are prepared for His second coming?
How do we handle those who misunderstand us when we are seeking to be authentic and real as a follower of Christ?
As the apostle Paul talks about the afflictions and trials we face, instead of explain the "Why", he answers the question of "Who".
With the Olympics officially over, we have witnessed athletes rise to the occasion, but even more taste the sting of defeat. How do you respond when you face trials, adversity, and defeat in your life? Hebrews 12:1 tells us to keep running the race.