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.
Effective interpretation is a challenging but vitally important task, especially when seeking to faithfully and accurately understand and apply God’s Word in our lives today. Join us as we discuss best practices in interpreting and applying scripture in our daily lives.
Following Jesus entails ongoing growth and spiritual maturity. One of the primary ways we do this is in daily digging into His Word and faithfully applying it in our daily lives.
Jesus passionately pursued the lost, the sinful, and the outcast, and He has called for us to do the same. In the parable of the sower, Jesus illustrates the importance of the condition of our hearts to receive His Word, and also to spread His Word.
We all have a source of authority in our lives that guides and directs us. Is it truly reliable, dependable, true and good? This morning we look at what makes the Bible uniquely powerful, dependable, and objectively true and good, as God’s Inspired Word.
Many people have different perceptions of who God is. The most important question, however, is who has God revealed Himself to be? He has given us His inspired Word and also revealed Himself to us in His creation. Join us for this important discussion to better understand Who God is and why this question matters…
experiences of fasting
we are not so much
abstaining from food as we are feasting on the word of God.”
– Richard Foster
All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.
– 2 Timothy 3:16-17
God’s message won’t self-destruct, but let’s read it with the same urgency.