Most people don’t like standing out in a crowd. And yet, that’s what we’re called to do as Christians. We’re called to be different from the world around us.
In any church, it takes a lot of discernment to welcome people from all walks of life, without condoning their sinful lifestyle. How do we embrace everyone, without alienating anyone?
In Matthew 28, verse 19, Jesus commands His followers to “go and make disciples of all nations.” Let's discuss the importance of bringing people in your community, and around the world, to the foot of the cross.
The term repentance is a sobering one. For some, it’s a reminder of past deeds long covered up. For others, it’s a refreshing reminder of the freedom found in a relationship with God.
If you’ve ever had a child wander off without your knowledge, you know the panic and fear that grips you as you search frantically for them, and the joy that comes once they have been found. Let's explore the parables of Jesus.
The stories Jesus told were more than entertainment. They were meaningful lessons, intended to teach people about God’s character and priorities.
Every day we add to the pages of our life story. Based on your actions today, what will your eventual biography reflect? Let's take a cue from the story of a blind man’s encounter with Jesus to help us write our own narrative; one that points others to the Lord.
A spotlight can illuminate a stadium. A flashlight may only brighten a small patch of ground. But regardless of the scope or magnitude, both still light up the darkness! Let's discuss how there may be varying degrees of giftedness, but we all can shine the light of Christ!
Ever ran across a neighbor, a co-worker, or an acquaintance and thought, “No way they’d be interested in hearing about Jesus!” Let's share some personal stories that will encourage us to take a second look at the people around us.