God is a promise maker and promise keeper. Hear from current and former leaders how God builds our faith individually and corporately when we trust His promises. Thanks to Tracy Ellis, Steve Parkhurst, and Steve Wilson for joining me as we look deeper into Trusting God’s Promises.
We were made to be different. But we won’t get there by doing what we’ve always done. This requires a change from the inside out. We’ll have to think different to be different. Only then will we begin to do things differently and live in a way that makes a difference.
When feelings drive our lives, it’s easy to get derailed. In the middle of an emotionally charged week, Jesus spoke truth to help His followers stay on track. When we learn what it means to abide in Jesus, we will live, grow, and bear fruit.
Are you deeply troubled and feeling unsettled? You’re not the only one who feels this way; Jesus knows how you feel. Jesus has already faced and defeated everything we’re afraid of, and He helps us look to the future beyond what we’re going through.
Jesus is the most authoritative of all figures and the most tender of all men. We can bring our grief to Jesus, and He gives us hope in our grief.
God is like Jesus, and Jesus is like the Good Shepherd. Jesus is personally active in your life, and He lays down His life for you.
The door is always open; you always have a place in God’s family. Because of Jesus, we have access to God’s goodness, protection, and freedom.The gate is open for you and the shepherd – Jesus – is calling your name
Jesus is the light who reveals God, exposes darkness, and transforms everything. He exposes and addresses your sin not to hurt you, but to help you and heal you.
If we’re really honest, there is something in each of our lives—a habit, a relationship, a debt—that deserves our attention. In this message, I recount the Old Testament story of Nehemiah and draw out a lesson that can be the key to finally accomplishing the one thing we each need to put our mind to.…
Everyone needs a personal relationship with Jesus but that relationship was never intended to private. How we serve, love, know and care for one another becomes our testimony to the world about the love of Jesus. The strength of a church depends on its “one another” dynamic.