Whether it’s a troubled marriage, rebellious children, or generational sin, we may think our brokenness is unusual for a Christian family. Discover that family fractures are typical in every home! Let's look at "The Beauty of Broken."
According to the world’s standards, we may seem like decent people. But if we gauge ourselves according to Jesus’ standards, we’ll find we badly miss the mark! take a hard look at Jesus’ criteria for righteousness in the Sermon on the Mount.
On this special Good Friday edition, enjoy selections from Scripture that draw you into this pivotal life-changing moment in history.
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.
No matter where you’ve been, or what you’ve done, God’s gift of salvation is available to all! And that’s good news! Let's celebrate God's grace extended to us.
Christmas is a grand symbol of God’s grace, and the beauty of the unmerited favor He extends to all of us. It’s based on a study in Titus chapter 2.
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.
Another thought-provoking discussion on God’s Word. We’re stepping back into the first century, to hear Jesus’ parables from the perspective of those who heard Him firsthand, and seeing how we can relate two thousand years later!
If you’ve ever lost your car keys, your cell phone, maybe even your wedding ring, you know the frantic search that ensues until you’ve found the missing object. Share thoughtful teaching about God’s character.
Jesus’ parable of the lost sheep is a story about God’s love. You’ll hear how God hunts us down, like a shepherd chasing after one of his lost sheep.
Followers of God are given a mandate to seek and save the lost. But if we’re honest, too often our focus remains on our own needs, rather than those who need a Savior.
Have you ever been driving somewhere without your map or your GPS, and gotten lost? Or perhaps you thought you were going south, only to find out you were actually going north the whole time?