Prayer is often thought of in terms of talking to God. But is that truly enough for a powerful prayer life, or does there need to be more to it?
Context plays a vital role in faithful interpretation. While we all know this, we often take for granted the various layers of context that are at work in each verse of scripture. This message builds upon what we’ve studied over the last two weeks on growing as faithful interpreters of God’s Word.
Did Jesus really die and rise again? Join us this Easter as we look at some of the evidence and why it matters today.
Whose power is truly on display at Jesus’ crucifixion on the cross? Join us as we look at how and why this significant symbol radically changed when it came into contact with Jesus.
The Mission and the Message of the Church do not change over time, or from culture to culture. What does need to be open to change, however, is the method which we seek to communicate and share Jesus’ Message as we are on His Mission in an ever-changing world. The Great Commission must take priority…
Matthew and Luke each give us different details and perspectives of Jesus’ birth. For this reason it is helpful to take them both into account in studying and celebrating the birth of Jesus.
Jesus is the promised Prince of Peace. He comes to redeem and to restore a broken and sinful world that desperately needs Him. He offers true and everlasting peace.
Before Jesus spoke a word about love in His earthly ministry, He had already powerfully demonstrated His unparalleled love in the very act of His birth. He lovingly came down to rescue and save us from our sins, by laying down His life in our place.
In a time when God’s people struggled to hang onto hope and faith, a baby is born who changes everything. Hope is born. Not just for the 1st century Jews, but for all humanity of all time. This Christmas, as we celebrate the advent of Jesus, let us remember and celebrate the hope that He…
Jesus is the fulfillment of God’s promises to His people. All of the Old Testament points forward to Jesus, while the New Testament points back to show how Jesus fulfills the Old Testament prophecies and promises. There can be only one king in your heart & life. The question is, who sits on your throne?