Have you ever found yourself saying, Â“I need to make some changes in my life.Â” IÂ’m just not very good at running my life on my own; no one is. We are sinners, and when we try to live life on our own terms, it can lead to disaster. WeÂ’re not very good at fixing it either as we use own willpower, our own strength.
Prayer is a gift given to us from our great God, a privilege. It means we can connect with the Creator of the universe, and it is an important part of our walk with Him. Let's look at an incredible New Testament story that reveals the power of prayer among believers in Christ.
Father's Day is the day many of us honor and remember fathers. Cards, T-shirts, and coffee mugs are being given away to dads all around the world. In our message, Jesus is drawing us a story picture of the world's greatest father in our passage.
Life presents us with many missions, such as raising a family and being a good member of the community. In this weekâ€™s message, weâ€™re going to talk about a mission that began at the Jordan River and has eternal significance.
When we say we love something or someone, what do we really mean? Is loving a movie the same as loving a favorite close friend or your child? The Bible says, â€œNow abide faith, hope, and love, but the greatest is love.â€ Letâ€™s talk about its meaning in our message.
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.
When we think of our retirement years, we often dream of slowing down and taking life at a calmer pace as health permits. However, followers of Jesus are always on call as they minister to others. Join us as we glean some understanding on this subject from a Old Testament psalmist.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In the 1830s, Alexis de Tocqueville recorded his famous "Observations of America" in which he noted a strange melancholy that haunts the inhabitants in their abundance. "Americans, believe prosperity could quench their yearning need for happiness." This is still a popular belief in the 21st century, for if not abundance, then what?
People involved in scandals are in the headlines almost every day from all walks of life. Famous people, politicians, athletes, movie stars, TV stars, Wall Street tycoons - even religious leaders. But what if God was involved in a scandal? The Bible teaches that a crucified God is a foolish scandal. Let's learn more about this paradox.