What do you do when you mess up in life? Let’s take a look at an answer to that question in our message from St. John, an eyewitness to Christ.
What does a real Christian look like? Is it someone who is nice, doesn't swear, and goes to church every Sunday? What about the person who quotes Jesus a lot? Stay with us as we learn from the apostle John how to live a deeper walk with our Lord.
Are you lacking joy in your life? Not just momentary happiness, but true, lasting joy? If so, we have some great news for you - God's desire is for you to have a deeper joy than you've ever known. The apostle John wants us to know this and he reveals it to us in today's message. Please join us.
How do you respond when life treats you unfairly? How do you live when the people in your life are treating you unfairly or even putting your life in danger?
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.
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.
A great author of long ago wrote, "A friend is what the heart needs all the time.” How true it is! The human heart possesses a deep longing for friendship. We need someone who understands us, knows us through and through and likes us anyway. The good news for the day is you do! You really do! You have the best friend of all in Jesus Christ.
Some people say the message of the gospel of Jesus Christ is foolishness. Others say God is dead. Still others say, the value of God is dead. But the message of Jesus Christ and the love of God is the hope upon which the Christian stakes his life. Let's talk about that more.
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."
The good news of the Easter message is the linchpin of our faith. The resurrection of Jesus from the grave fills us with the promise of eternal life with God and forgiveness as we repent of our sins and trust in Jesus Christ. But now that we have celebrated this major event, next comes the question, Where do we go from here?
Have you ever had someone make a promise to you, and you couldn't wait for them to bring you what they promised? When God told the world that He would someday send a Savior, the world couldn't wait until He had fulfilled that promise.
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.
After the birth of Jesus, some foreigners rode into Jerusalem, asking "Where is the child that has been born King of the Jews , . ."? Most of the people had no clue that a king had been born, including their ruler, King Herod. We do have a King! Is He your King? What are you doing with this King?
Do you ever wonder what God is up to in the 21st century? Jesus' birth embodied God coming down to where we are to be with us as we are - God forever with us. He is our Wonderful Counselor. Let's learn more about what that means.
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.