You’ll never see a hearse pulling a U-Haul! That’s because when we die, we leave all that we have behind! Let's talk about finding contentment in the legacy we leave behind. What will you leave your loved ones when you pass on?
You may not recognize it immediately, but it’s possible that the person standing right next to you is wounded, broken, or struggling. Let's be willing dispensers of God’s grace. Hear a “best of” conversation from last year.
If you read about a hostage who had been miraculously rescued after years of imprisonment, you’d likely say that’s good news! Tragically, not everyone feels the same way. Let's discuss various reactions to God’s story of redemption.
She had been caught red-handed. Exposed publicly for her sin of adultery, the woman in John 8 certainly didn’t expect any mercy from Jesus or the crowd.
Rather than help her privately, the religious leaders decided to use a broken woman to trap Jesus publicly! Don't miss the start of this dramatic story.
Many of us still carry around the baggage of past disappointments, painful losses, and fresh failures. Feeling weighed down?
You don’t have to be a tailor to know that a camel won’t fit through the eye of a needle. But according to Jesus, that’s easier than someone who is wealthy getting into heaven!
Some chapters of life we’d be proud to share with others. And then there are the pages filled with regret and longing, with wayward decisions we’d prefer not to share with anyone. A lesson from the life of Samson.
In Matthew chapter 6, Jesus taught us to pray in secret. But what does this mean for us today? Let's talk about Jesus’ principles on prayer.
In this difficult economy, a lot of people are out of work or suffering from a loss of income. We see it on the news, in our communities, in our churches, and even in our own homes.
Looking for a job is never easy, but when the economy is tanking and new jobs are scarce, it can feel downright discouraging.