At Jesus’ birth, an army of angels declared “peace on earth.” Yet, as we look around today, both personal and global conflicts remain. So where’s this peace that was promised? Let's discuss Jesus’ role as “Prince of Peace.”
Ready for a Christmas riddle? The Bible calls Jesus both “The Son of God” and “Everlasting Father.” But how can Christ be both? An eye-opening Christmas edition.
Hundreds of years before Christ’s birth, the prophet Isaiah described the wonder and wisdom of Jesus in two simple, yet profound words. A special Christmas study.
What’s in a name? Well, when it comes to the name of Jesus, everything! Looking at the unique significance and amazing promises wrapped up in the names of Christ. The conversation is sure to surprise you!
The romance in Ruth, the mystery in Revelation, the wonder in the Gospels; the Bible certainly contains many fascinating stories. Let's take a step back and discover that the whole of Scripture is an epic, remarkable, and redemptive story!
As followers of Jesus, we’re called to take care of the poor. Good King Wenceslas, a compassionate king, had a heart for the less fortunate. Another compelling edition of “Discover the Word.”
A classic nativity display includes Mary, Joseph, shepherds, wise men, animals, and baby Jesus . . . all together under the roof of a quaint stable. We’ll discover that our nativity scenes may not represent the actual Christmas story! A special Christmas study.
Conclusion of a thought provoking study on Titus chapter 2. It’s an unconventional Christmas series, that has profound impact on how we live out each day.
God’s gift of grace does more than give us peace about our past, and hope for our future. It changes the way we live today. Let's take a look at Titus chapter 2 and see how God grace blesses our lives.
Christmas is far more than colorful packages and bows. It’s a reminder of God’s grace toward all mankind. Let's begin a new miniseries from the book of Titus.
If you’ve lost a loved one, then you know that life is fleeting. Here one day and gone the next. So it’s important to make each moment count.