Christ asked his disciples two very important questions - and we need to answer these same questions! Our responses have an effect on our life hear on the earth, and on our eternal home as well!
An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth....is that for us today? How does Christ's teaching in Matthew 5 reconcile with that Old Testament teaching? Find out how this applies to our lives!
Temptation is part of all of our lives, and there are several lessons that we can learn about temptation, from Christ's experience in the wilderness.
The prophets, the disciples, and even modern believers give testimony that Christ is the Son of the Living God!
Adam Farmer continued with "The Story" series, and shared that Nehemiah was moved by the needs of the people, he prayed, and then he acted! Are you moved by the needs of the people around you?
In the darkest of our days we can still trust that God is reigning above, and ruling below. Esther experienced this, and we can, too!
God’s passionate desire to have His people near Him caused Him to put a plan in action. Thankfully He did—because we were helpless to escape (enslavement to sin). Learn what things are passion killers for our lives, and what to do about it!
Daniel resolved in his mind that he would please God - and he had a plan to go with his resolution! This is the pattern we ought to follow as well!
What is the role of a Pastor? What are his responsibilities, and what kind of attitude should he have? 1 Peter 5 shares these answers, on a week where we are voting on a new Student Ministries Pastor. Very appropriate.
In light of the fact that Christ’s return is imminent, and therefore our time here on this earth is brief, in this message from 1 Peter chapter 4, Pastor Scott shares with us 4 ways we should be responding to trials and suffering in our lives.