Death is a source of fear for many people. It’s something none of us can avoid. And yet, Christ has conquered death! It’s a profound statement that deeply affects each of our lives.
How Can Two People Witness The Same Event And Come Away With Completely Different Impressions? Part 1
One person may see the evidence of Christ and start believing in Him, while another sees the same evidence and turns away. Let's unravel this two-sided mystery.
If we’re not paying attention, it’s easy for us to let things lose their significance. Sometimes we go through the motions, for instance, and miss celebrating the transforming power of Christ’s death on the cross.
For those who’ve grown up in the church, the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection may have become overly familiar. Sometimes we forget the magnitude of His suffering on the cross! Let's help restore the awe of Easter. We’re talking about “Malchus.”
Remember writing book reports for school? The first question you always had to answer was, “What is this book about?” Find out what the Bible is all about.
The past is filled with great men and women who were pioneers -- "firsts" in their fields of science, politics, or the arts. But today we conclude our series on Mary Magdalene by discovering history's greatest "first."
Easter has come and gone. But even though the celebration has passed, the miracle of Easter can continue to shape our present. Join us at "Discover the Word" as we discover how events of the Resurrection impact our days "After Easter!"
There's no better way to understand the lasting impact of Easter in our lives than to see it at work in the lives of others. Join us as we continue our study on "Life After Easter" and discover the effect of Jesus' Resurrection!
Life changing experiences often pivot on a single moment. For a woman named Joanna, her world changed forever on a particular Sunday morning when she discovered an empty tomb. Listen in today as we discover the impact of the Resurrection on a woman who was there!
The events of Easter offer not only hope for the future, but the Resurrection also provides release from the guilt of our past. Join us as we continue discovering "Life After Easter."
Last weekend we celebrated the resurrection of Jesus. But did you spend this last week living like our Savior is alive? Today we conclude our series on "Life After Easter" by remembering that Jesus has risen!
In the story of Mary and the alabaster jar in Mark 14, Jesus says, “She did what she could.” It’s a story about an act of devotion that was actually reasonable in light of Mary’s deep love for Jesus. You’re invited to join the group on "Discover the Word" as we begin the discussion on Mary of Bethany and how her life speaks to us today.