In discussing the Philippians gift that Paul received, he helps us to think about what resources, gift giving and lack all point to.
Our minds wander into a lot of things that are less than God glorifying. Does is it really matter if it stays in the mind?
How do we make sense of Paul’s call to “not be anxious”? When anxiety fills us, it can be hard to simply be told “don’t be anxious.” Is there something more going on here?
Are we seeking real security at Christmas or just security theater?
What does it mean to experience God’s peace?
As we wrap up our series on Prov. 30, Agur helps us see the wrong attitudes that ensnare us and the better way his wisdom points us to.
Pastor Tim lights the second candle (the Peace Candle) as we continue through a special #52Verses52Books52Weeks journey through Advent. This week, we turn to the Gospel of Matthew.
How can it be that in the “Fear of the Lord” we actually find confidence and refuge?
Can we experience God’s peace even in the midst of discouragement? David contemplates this in the last part of Psalm 4.
We’re called to feel peace and yet anger can boil up so easily in the midst of the turmoils of life. What do we do with that as we seek to follow Jesus?