Jesus once told His disciples He came not to be served but to serve and give His life as a ransom for many. Likewise as His followers, He likewise calls us to lay aside our pride and live a life of humility. Let's learn how in today's message.
There have always been people who are puzzled by Jesus and not sure of what to make of Him. However, Jesus thinks of us as lost sheep and calls himself, "The Good Shepherd.” Let's learn more about what that means in our message, “I Know I Can Depend on Him."
Advent reminds us of the coming of Christ. He has come, and He is coming again. As people living in the in-between times, we need to be constantly ready for His arrival. John the Baptists ministry has a vital word of instruction for us. The word is PROCLAIM.
Most of us typically enjoy traveling in the summer time. Vacations can be so much fun, yet they can also cause some anxieties. Life, indeed, has its shadowy days as well. We hope you will join us this week for a message from Psalm 121 with â€œA Song for the Traveller.â€
Jesus once said, â€œDo not lay up treasures on earth, where moth and rust consume and thieves break in and steal, but lay up treasures in heaven.â€ Is it wrong, then, to have a nice house or money in the bank? Join us this week as study the meaning of Jesusâ€™ teaching in the next message of our â€œWhat Jesus Saysâ€ series: â€œAbout Priorities.â€
Mary was a simple, uneducated young woman when the Angel Gabriel visited her. She must have been terribly frightened at the thought of God's request. Yet her response was one of faith and willingness to be fulfill God's plan. Let's learn how God can use ordinary people like Mary, and us, to do the extraordinary.
Over the centuries, Christians have wondered what to do with Mary, the mother of Jesus. In the Protestant Church, she has been somewhat passed over. Yet something important can be learned from her experiences with God. Let's consider Mary's example to "Present Yourself Available" in our series, Ready or Not, Here I Come.
What is the secret of true happiness? Perhaps it is to accomplish a huge dream, yet afterward you discover afterward you still are not really happy. In this weekâ€™s message, we are going to look at Psalm 16 and discuss true joy with eternal pleasures and how to avoid temptations along with way.
Have you ever gone through a time in your life so difficult that you wondered where God was or why He did not respond to your urgent prayers? If so, join us as we explore the connection between faith and suffering.
What is your most valuable possession? Jesus told His disciples about a treasure that is worth more than anything else - so valuable that those who seek it will sell everything they own to possess it. Let's learn more about that in this week's message.
To the world, you may be just a name on a computer, or a printout, or a number in a phonebook. But to God, you are valuable. You are His creation and precious in His sight. God has great plans for your life - to bring you to Himself, to change you and transform you.
How is your spiritual health these days? Is it good? Full of vitality? We are going to look at what Jesus has to say about keeping it in good shape in our parable for today.
Have you ever wondered what God is like? He is invisible to our eye, so how can we know Him? Let's turn to the Old Testament Prophet Micah who paints a beautiful picture of God and teaches us how we can learn more about Him.
Most of us live our lives trying to do the right thing and be the best person we can be. Isn't that what God wants us to do? Won't we surely be rewarded by Him for our good deeds? In this week's parable, we will hear how our spiritual resumes are worthless before God, and what it will take to enter the kingdom of God.
In the Parable of the Rich Fool, Jesus warns against storing up treasures for ourselves. On the day our life is demanded of us, all our earthly riches will no longer be irrelevant. Titles will no longer impress. It won't matter what cars sat in our garage. What will matter is if we have a real life with God. Let's learn what does it mean to be "rich toward God."