The Lord says in Isaiah, “I am God, and there is no other; I am God, and there is none like me.” This truth is a foundation of the Christian faith. Yet how does one commit to “one God” in a culture where multiple gods are worshiped daily?
Historically, many cultures believed there were multiple gods. But Deuteronomy 6:4 states “The Lord our god, the Lord is one.” Thus the God of the Bible stands out as the only true God. What makes the one true God stand out among the counterfeits?
While we may not have a statue of Aphrodite in our homes in the hopes of gaining true love . . . other forms of idol worship can find their way into our lives. The Scriptures warn us not to place our focus on money, success, or materialism.
God working in conjunction with our free will . . . it’s a difficult concept to grasp. Does our free will limit God’s power? Tough questions. Real answers.
When we call out to God for help, sometimes it feels like the only thing we get in return . . . is silence. But the truth is, God seeks us out long before we pursue Him.
You’ve heard the saying, “I’ll believe it when I see it!” It’s difficult to believe the impossible until you can see it with your own eyes.
Ever had to wait for God to answer prayer? Perhaps you’re waiting to hear from Him right now.
We tend to read the New Testament as a stand-alone book. We don’t always realize how it’s interwoven with the Old Testament.
Some of the miracles in the Bible seem pretty far-fetched. And yet, if we believe God’s Word . . . the miracles must have occurred as the Bible describes them.
If you’ve been affected by divorce, whether in your own family or in the family of someone you know, then you’ve felt the heartbreak that results from a broken home.
The term covenant isn’t heard very often in our culture, and perhaps you’re wondering how it could help strengthen your marriage. Join us for a dynamic conversation!
Marriage is more than a legal contract. It’s a promise, a commitment, to be together until “death do us part.” Want a relationship that outlasts tough times?