Jesus Christ calls His followers to be distinctly different in our attitudes toward God and others. We're going to discuss this as we study the Beautitudes in our message called: Distinct in Character.
How does one live in service to a king? While we may not be governed by a king in the United States, as Christians we serve a spiritual king Â– King Jesus. LetÂ’s talk about how serving Him enhances our lives.
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.
Most people would agree, friendship is an essential blessing of life. If you have many friends, you are most fortunate. Our question for today is this: Is Jesus in your circle of friends? Join us as we discuss its importance.
If you were arrested for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict you? If so, what would that evidence be? Letâ€™s talk about the unique characteristics of a person who walks authentically as a follower of Jesus Christ.
Have you ever wondered why there is so much evil in this world? If God is in control, why does He allow suffering in the lives of His followers? In today's program, we wrestle with the question Â“Why?Â” Please join us.
Did you know that even the strongest Biblical heroes were tempted and had moments of failure? How is it that God desires to use us, even though we face temptations and at times, fall? Listen in to Christian Crusaders to learn how.
"I really thought I knew that person!" These words might be spoken after someone has let us down, or perhaps revealed themselves in a wonderful, unexpected way. They could even have been rolling around in the minds of Peter, James and, John when Jesus became transfigured before them. Let's talk more about this event and its implications for our lives.
As Christians living in the twenty-first century, are we obliged to live by the laws of the Old Testament, or are they outdated? People of the first century asked the same question, and weâ€™re going to learn what Jesus told him.
It can be difficult to keep going when tough times come our way. The Apostle Paul knew this truth well, and he reflects on those trials as he encourages fellow believers in Christ. If you need strength to keep going each day, our message is especially important for you today!
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?