We don’t often think about generosity and contentment as being related to one another, but in Philippians chapter 4, the Apostle Paul talks about contentment within the context of generous giving. Join us as we dig into Philippians 4:10-19 and how Paul’s message to the early church in Philippi powerfully speaks to us today.
Rachel Corbetta shares her personal testimony, encouraging us to faithfully follow Jesus and boldly share Him with others.
Paul gives the church in Philippi Christ-like examples to follow. Join us as we continue our study in the book of Philippians.
Paul calls the church to unite together as one. While we all like the idea of unity, in reality it is extremely hard to acquire and even harder to maintain. It is, however, vital to our perseverance, to our health, and to our impact for the God’s Kingdom.
It is striking that the Apostle Paul writes one of the most encouraging and joyful letters in the New Testament from prison. How does Paul so faithfully endure so much hardship and persecution? Join us as we continue our study of Philippians.
Special guest, Pastor Mark McCord, challenges us to build our trust in God and our obedience to Him in the New Year.
He who began a good work in you will bring it to completion! Join us as we pursue God in prayer as we enter into a new year.
No matter how long you have been following Jesus, there is always room for, and a need for growth in your relationship with Him. Like the Apostle Paul, we need to continue to press on to spiritual growth and maturity.
God reached out to the unlikely shepherds and magi to share the good news of Jesus’ birth and to invite them to come and see Him for themselves. They responded by passionately pursuing Jesus for themselves and praised God as a result. Today, 2,000 years later, God is still calling those who are far off…
Jesus is the promised Prince of Peace, whose birth the prophet Isaiah wrote about 700 years beforehand. He offers us true peace that surpasses our circumstances.