Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's; times to father with family and friends and celebrate. But for many, these are hard times as they grieve loved ones who had died or those who moved away or moved on. What is it that God might be doing as we are reminded of the loss, the hurts, and pains of life?
"Less is more" defines a pursuit of God that some find helps them press near God's heart in worship.
What is it about being outside that helps us see the handiwork of God and draws us to deeper truths about Him?
We are reminded in the Garden of Gethsemane of Jesus' agonizing prayer and how He was drawing near to God. In this new series, "Streams of Living Water", we will find ways that we can draw near to God.
In the book of Colossians, Paul addresses an issue about style of worship: "how will we worship".
There is much dividing one generation from another but there is one who longs to bring us all together.
There are many different expressions of worship found throughout the Bible. God wants us to worship Him and even express our worship; and perhaps find new ways of connecting with Him.
Have you sensed God seeking? How do you respond to God when you sense the nearness of His presence?
Worship is more than music; it's a lifestyle. But how do you make that worship meaningful? The Bible gives us several strategies, and we'll explore three of those ways to make worship real.
True worship begins with a hunger for God. And one of the most fundamental questions is, "What is worship?"
We are all emotional beings. So when we are faced with something that brings out emotions in us, how do we respond?
Some of us live with fools, work with fools, and maybe would admit that we are fools. What is a fool and what do we do with them?
Families come in all sorts of different shapes and sizes. What does God have to say about making family life a taste of heaven?