They killed giants. Survived world-wide floods. Fathered nations! The miraculous exploits of men and women in the Bible often make it difficult to relate to them. While our circumstances may not be the same, our life goal is precisely the same as those heroes of the faith.
God calls us to love one another, but it’s not always easy! Perhaps there’s someone you need to reach out to, but you’ve been holding back.
Salvation comes the moment we accept the promises of God. But taking that first step of faith isn’t always easy!
Faith doesn’t always come easy. Many people need to see physical proof in order to embrace the Christian faith as their own.
There are times when it feels like the facts of your faith collide with the facts of your life. Maybe you’re struggling with some tough questions right now, and can’t seem to find the answers. Join us in this faith-building conversation.
Is putting our trust in God a leap of faith? Or is commitment to following Jesus an act of reason and logic? Let's take an up-close and personal look at faith.
As followers of Christ, we can either build each other up in the faith, or be a stumbling block, tripping each other up.
Ever feel like you’re just going through the motions of faith? Just marking items off your spiritual “to-do list”?
Faith means trusting that God has our best interests in mind, even when we’re in the midst of difficult circumstances. Perhaps you’re having a hard time seeing past the tough times.
For many people, every question has to be answered before they put their trust in Christ. But is that how faith is supposed to happen? Perhaps you grew up thinking you have to have it all together, before you can trust the Lord.
Faith is more than simply saying a prayer or reciting a creed. True faith is trusting God at the core of who you are.
For many people, there’s a disconnect between faith and science. They can’t seem to place their trust in a God whose existence they cannot logically prove! Faith isn’t a blind leap.