Christmas is a special time of year. You can see lights, decorations, and beautiful trees in people's living rooms. It’s spectacular! But Christmas is what we allow it to be; much like it was for the overlooked characters in the Christmas story. The question is: What are you allowing to define your Christmas?
What if God wrote you a letter about your relationship with Him? What do you think He would say to you? In Revelation 2-3 Jesus wrote seven specific letters to seven different churches to speak directly into their walk with Him. We’ll dive into those letters together in this series.
Love might be one of the most overused, yet least understood, words in the English dictionary. We often think of love as a feeling, but love is a decision followed by action. One question you might have is this: Since the world we live in is so large, how can we really show our love? How do we get beyond our walls and neighborhoods and truly love like Christ commands us?
All relationships are difficult and it gets even more challenging when it comes to intimate relationships. The problem is that we have believed our culture’s lies about relationships. In this series we aim to set the record straight and break some cultural myths about relationships.
In our culture today there are so many different views and opinions on who God is. It was the same for the church in Colossae, so Paul wrote them a letter. He wanted to help them to fully understand who God is and why He is worth following.
What do you do when you have to deal with "Those People"? We all have difficult people in our lives; Critical people, needy people, hypocritical people and manipulative people. This series will help us learn how live with, and show love to, "Those People".
Our culture is making it harder to live out your faith than ever before. So, as Christians, how do we put our faith into action? The book of James speaks directly to Christians on how we can see our faith work in all circumstances.
As a mom, teaching and training your kids can be a heavy responsibility. Most moms deal with feelings of falling short and not measuring up. So how does she handle the exhaustion, constant worrying, and feeling guilty that she’s not doing enough?