We want to share the life God has for us, but we must be willing to reject our own comfort. It’s not easy, and it sure isn’t comfortable. How do we become bolder about sharing Jesus?
We aren’t called to hold the goodness of God in, but to spread holiness by loving those around us. Even our enemies.
We think “rights” will make things right, but how does that fit being a follower of the One who gave up His rights?
Can we really afford to be meek in a dog eat dog world like ours?
Have you ever been tempted to hide your faith? Sometimes we feel embarrassed to share our faith, however, Jesus calls us to not live a hidden faith but an unleashed faith!
We are all called to pour into others, even when we don’t have all the answers, but as you are becoming like Jesus, naturally, you will help others encounter Him.
What does “Average Joe” Joseph contribute to the Christmas story? Pastor Steve helps us think about this quiet man who plays importantly into the story of Jesus’s birth because of his actions.
Jim Krenning lights the third (“Joy”) candle as we continue through a special 52 Verses, 52 Books, 52 Weeks journey through Advent. Jim takes us to the Gospel of John to think about the joy Jesus offers each of us as a free gift.
Are we so familiar with Christmas that we miss what it is all about and what we are called to share with others?
As we conclude our exploration of Solomon’s prayer of dedication for the temple, we’ve returned multiple times to our failures and need for forgiveness. Solomon also speaks of justice. How do we balance justice and mercy?