Jesus can be many things to many people but we must recognize that he is more than a theological idea or a distant moral teacher. He is personal.
Kids are a gift from God and we have an obligation to teach them to follow him. Parenting can be tough but parents are God's gift to children.
Regardless of your current relationship status, God has called everyone to honor the covenant of marriage. How can we esteem marriage in our society today?
We are social beings and that makes friendships important to our lives. Learn how to make the right friendships that lead you to a positive future.
Often one of the thoughts that lies just below the surface is that God has forgotten where we are. We feel left out, left behind, and left for dead. But the truth is that God knows right where we are and He has a purpose for each of us.
(Disclaimer: Due to technical difficulty, this recording is an open air recording.) The vast majority of life takes place within our hearts and minds. The emotions, beliefs, stresses, and joys we experience take place 'below the surface.' So what does God have to say about this reality of life?
Does prayer really make a difference? Do we not pray more because we don't think it matters much? But prayer can make all the difference in the world. It ultimately comes down to our trust and confidence in God.
As we wrap up our series in Hebrews we go back to our original question, "How do we live a life that is better than ever?" The author of Hebrews sums it all up for us in chapter thirteen.
In our culture today "Christian" can mean a lot of different things. But when we look back at what a Christian life really looks like, we have to ask ourselves: Am I almost a Christian?
Jesus is better, and because Jesus is better, we should fix our eyes on Him and no one else. As we live the life God has marked out for us, we must choose to lay aside everything that hinders us from living it as best as we can.
What happens in our lives when we look through the eyes of faith? We inevitably must focus our gaze upward. When we fix our gaze on what is unseen, we begin to see that this world is not our home. We are aliens and strangers looking for a city who's architect and builder is God.