God has given us new life in the Holy Spirit who works to reshape and conform us to the image of His Son, Jesus Christ. We are considered adopted children of God. LetÂ’s talk about how living a transformed life in Jesus can change us in wonderful way we could never have imagined.
Do you believe in prayer? Should you believe in prayer? Do others realize you believe in prayer? What should you believe about prayer?
Jesus offers the greatest invitation you will ever receive in your life! The supper is ready; come and eat.
It is interesting to note that Jesus, born of Jewish parents, grew up in a Gentile area . In this weekâ€™s message we will discuss the reason why, and how He was the Light sent from heaven.
Summer is a season for many weddings, especially the month of June. Have you ever thought of the BibleÂ’s analogy that we the Church are the Bride of Christ and Jesus is our bridegroom who loves and cherishes us as His people
Do you think of paradise and marriage in the same idea? Someone said, Â“Marriage reminds me of the opening line of Charles Dickens novel Â– Â‘It was the best of times. It was the worst of times.Â’Â” But God gave marriage to us as a blessing of love for his people. LetÂ’s talk more about this. Please join us.
With all the loneliness in the world, sometimes we need a special friend with whom we can openly safely share our most intimate thoughts. Someone who is always there when we need them with encouragements and affirmations. We need God with skin on.
What motivates a soldier to go into battle? What motivates a warrior to fight? As we celebrate American independence on July 4, we would do well to remember that freedom is never free. Others have sacrificed so we might live free. So also we who believe in God know our freedom in Christ's love isn't free either.
Have you ever wished you were a genius. Do you wish for a better mind, a better way of thinking, or a better approach to life? Every believer can have the mind of Christ. Letâ€™s talk more about what that means. Please join us.
It can be an unwise choice to discuss religion or politics in a mixed group of people. As Christians, we have a dual citizenship. We are citizens of both our nation and the kingdom of God. Let's get a better understanding of how a follower of Jesus lives out their faith in relationship to government.
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.
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."
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.
Sometimes when we look at the world with all its problems and darkness, it seems like evil is winning. The score is 12 to 0 and all is lost. But Jesus tells us to not let the scoreboard fool us. In response to this kind of discouragement, Jesus offers a reassuring pep talk in some parables about the kingdom of God
Who is Jesus to you? How much do you really know about Him?