Life can sometimes be hard. Sometimes we suffer. Sometimes we feel alone. But we have someone who wants nothing but the best for us - the eternally best for us. Join us as we look at a passage of Scripture that eoncourages us to take heart and place our trust in Jesus.
As we think of the greatest Christmas gift of all - Jesus - it's important for us to take a close look at Him to discover (and perhaps even rediscover) the wondrous things about Him. This is the real story of Christmas, and it is the main truth being revealed to us in the story about the baptism of Jesus.
TWR - Jesus once mentioned that the Kingdom of God is like a mustard seed that grows into a large tree where all the birds can perch in its branches. Have you ever wondered about the meaning of this statement? Letâ€™s talk about it in this weekâ€™s message.
Christ is Risen! He is Risen indeed! Alleluia! Today is a glorious day, for we are celebrating our Lordâ€™s victory over sin, death, and the devil. But how do we know for sure that it really happened? Letâ€™s examine the evidence together.
When you face life's problems, how do you respond? Do you look only at your limits, your inability, or do you turn to someone beyond yourself for help? Let's learn together what happened when the disciples placed their limited resources into the hands of Jesus Christ. When they did, extraordinary miracles happened.
Do you know who is the Holy Spirit? Is He a force, the wind, or a mystical "thing" some people refer to? In today's message, we will talk about our "Helper" in a way you may not have heard before. Please join us.
Jesus Christ has come to be our heavenly rescuer - the Word became flesh - to be a transformer of our lives. He was and still is the life of the party, the one you want to invite.
Sacrifice. Not a word we tend to use when it comes to Jesus. Yet, amazingly enough, Jesus asks us to give up EVERYTHING in order to follow Him. Join us as we talk about how His call is actually more of an investment than a sacrifice to those who choose to follow Him.
When the disciples told Thomas they had seen the Lord, he didnâ€™t believe them, for things like that just donâ€™t happen. Yet, one week later Thomas learned that it did indeed happen, and as a result he became a huge influence for Christ to the world. Join us as we try to decipher Thomasâ€™ struggles with his faith and learn from him a vital truth for our walk of faith.
The Apostle Paul instructs husbands to love their wives as Christ loves the Church. In today's program, we are going to talk about the meaning of his words and how it relates to our attitude regarding the church.
Did you know that what we believe about our future controls how we experience our present? We are irreducibly hope-based creatures. What is your outlook on the future these days? Is it hopeful? Is it based on a solid foundation? Today's Bible text is about having a hopeful future.
We all experience second thoughts from time to time. It's not unusual to occasionally doubt our beliefs and decisions. But have you ever had second thoughts about Jesus? Let's learn from a man in our message what we should do when doubting and fear happens.
Max Lucado once said, "God loves you just the way you are, but He refuses to leave you that way." While we can't change human nature, God can change us through His Son, Jesus Christ; Let's learn how He does it.
What is your God story? Dare you believe that if you share it with others, God can help them fall in with Christ too?
Billy Graham once said, "If you were the only person who ever lived in this world, Jesus went to the cross for you, to pay for your sins." You are more loved than you dared hope. How do we know? Just look at the cross. ``