This Mother’s Day we look at the discipleship role that mothers play in our lives, and how we likewise need to be intentional about pouring into the lives of others around us. Jesus doesn’t call His followers to just be open to making disciples if the opportunity ever arises. He calls us to be intentional…
Jesus is The Resurrection and The Life. Through Jesus we have access to life eternal and also a changed and renewed life here and now!
Jesus prepares his disciples for his departure by lovingly encouraging them, teaching them, and exhorting them. As part of this farewell discourse, Jesus tells his disciples that He is The Way, The Truth, and The Life. Jesus doesn’t just teach the truth, He is The Truth, the very message He brings. He alone is The…
Jesus is The True Vine, who gives life, love, and joy to His disciples. Jesus calls and empowers us to produce fruit in our lives that faithfully and accurately represent Him to others.
Jesus calls us to follow Him. This entails living and loving like Jesus.
Jesus came, not for the healthy, but for the sick. He loves the lost, the broken, the needy, the poor, the outcast, the broken, and the unlikely.
1 Corinthians 13 is widely known as the chapter of love. In this chapter, Paul calls the young church in Corinth, which is divided and struggling, to love one another. This involves and entails putting others first, and being more concerned about them than we are about ourselves. This involves loving like Christ has first loved us, self-lessly and sacrificially serving one another.
This week guest pastor Mike Lemay brings the message. One of the most basic and fundamental questions that we face in life is, “Who am I?” Scripture tells us that we have value and purpose because God lovingly and skillfully created us and stamped us with his image.
The New Year offers a great opportunity to assess where we are and how we can grow. As Christians, we are in constant pursuit of growth in our relationship with Jesus and in how we faithfully live out and reflect his truth, holiness, and love.
Often we look to Matthew and Luke’s gospels during the Christmas Season, as they beautifully and powerfully narrate the birth of Jesus and surrounding events. John’s gospel, on the contrary, may not seem very christmasy on the surface, as he does not narrate many of the events surrounding Jesus’ birth. Instead, John goes back to the beginning of time, to creation itself, for his readers to see and understand that Jesus is more than a man. He is Emmanuel, God with us.