What do we do when God doesn’t make sense? As we return to our study of Habakkuk, we see the honest inquiry of a person who wants to know why. Habakkuk models for us how to inquire of the Lord when things just don’t make sense.
What do you do when you don’t understand what God is doing? That’s one of the questions the prophet Habakkuk wrestled with, along with many other folks in the Bible. Habakkuk’s response to God offers us timeless wisdom into how finite beings can respond to an infinite God.
God teaches us that patience is a virtue, a venue, and a value.
Habakkuk teaches us to wait on God
As we begin this series, we are going to see Habakkuk approach God with some deep, honest questions that lead to deep, honest faith.
We learn from Habakkuk how to be honest with God in our asking and in His answering.
Life is often confusing and difficult. Why isn’t God doing something? Why isn’t he fixing what’s wrong? How long will this difficult season last? Habakkuk gives us an incredible picture of a conversation between a questioning believer and the God who listens and loves, even when we don’t see or understand.
In this message, we continue our study in John 20. We discover that Jesus has sent us into the world to proclaim His message and to prioritize His mission.
The resurrection of Jesus teaches us how to Live Sent.
Ascension means access.
In this message, we continue our study in John 17. We learn that Jesus truly is the unique in his divinity, mission and care for us…that he is the one who is worthy of our lives!
Jesus’ prayer teaches us about eternal living.
Jesus teaches us how to deal with Life when it is out of control.
Jesus teaches us about the Vine and Branches to show us how we change.
Jesus is the True Vine!
Jesus clearly define himself as the path to eternal life.
Few chapters in the Bible offer more comfort for this life and the next than john 14. No matter what we face, Jesus reminds us that He is the Way, the Truth, and the Life to calm our anxious hearts.
What is the right way to live life? We all want to know the answer to that question. According to the Bible, the answer to that question isn’t found in a self-help booklet or how-to formula, but in a person. In this message, we look at John 14, where Jesus said “I am the way, the truth, and the life.”
Jesus brings clarity to our lives!
Learn how, through the parallel of Lazarus, Jesus is faithful in the midst of our trials.
In this message, we continue our study in John 12. We discover that Jesus is the promised King who brings peace to the nations, and He calls us to die.
Paul writes some of the most famous statements we read in all of Scripture about contentment. Inside of those verses, we see where contentment is found and where it is lost.
God’s people walk in holiness and fight sin.
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Did you know that Jesus told his followers to wash each other’s feet? While that may seem weird to us, there is incredible meaning to what Jesus said. He was telling his disciples (and us) to love one another, and to live in radical humility.This is only possible when we draw from the source of love and humility itself — Jesus Christ, the crucified and risen Lord.
Jesus teaches about our need for Him like our bodies need water.
Jesus is the greatest!
Romans 5:6-11 teaches us about the values of our Heavenly Father!
In this message, we continue our study in John 11. In Christ, our life does not end in death…it is for the glory of God!
Can you still trust God, even when you don’t understand what is happening or why? In this message, we return to the story of Lazarus once again to see how God works in all things for his glory and, at the same time, for the good and joy of his children.
Jesus teaches us that His mission should become our mission.
The story of Lazarus challenges believers to remain loyal to Jesus even while facing death.
In this message, we continue our study in John 11. We discover that Jesus is the resurrection and the life. As such, we have the joy of both knowing Jesus and seeking to make him known to everybody everywhere.
Did you know that Jesus told his followers to wash each other’s feet? While that may seem weird to us, there is incredible meaning to what Jesus said. He was telling his disciples (and us) to love one another, and to live in radical humility. This is only possible when we draw from the source of love and humility itself — Jesus Christ, the crucified and risen Lord.
Learning to trust that Jesus is the resurrection & the life.
How would you describe what it means to be a Christian? Does the word “joyful” come to mind? If not, consider again the words of Jesus. He said that he came, and died and rose again, that we might have life and have it abundantly.
Jesus teaches us that He is The Good Shepard.
In this message, we continue our study in John 10. We discover that Jesus is the Good Shepherd who knows us by name and gave his life so that we might have life abundant.
When to flee and when to follow.
In this message, we continue our study in John 8. We discover that true disciples of Jesus abide in his word, and that Jesus offers us true freedom!
Jesus shows us how the Kingdom should be part of our everyday lives.
On this Memorial Day, we remember the sacrifices made for the freedom we enjoy. Jesus made the ultimate sacrifice to provide for us the ultimate freedom. Today we look at the two sides of freedom, that we are set free from but also set free to.
Jesus clears things up.
Jesus teaches that humans have conviction without condemnation.
Because of sin, and apart from Christ, we live in darkness. The darkness of shame, the darkness of guilt, the darkness of self-loathing, the darkness of separation from God. But there’s good news: Jesus told He is the Light of the World, and that by following Him we can have new and eternal life.
In this message, we continue our study in the Gospel of John 8. We discover that Jesus is the light of the world, and that we all are invited to follow him and to have the light of life.
Mary’s life teaches us how womanhood and motherhood can glorify God.