Romans 5:6-11 teaches us about the values of our Heavenly Father!
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 us that He is The Good Shepard.
Jesus shows us how the Kingdom should be part of our everyday lives.
Jesus teaches that humans have conviction without condemnation.
Mary’s life teaches us how womanhood and motherhood can glorify God.
The woman at the well and Jesus feeding thousands of people teach us about satisfaction.
Jesus breaks barriers for the sake of the Gospel
The Scriptures teach us how to live as strangers in the world
John teaches us that the Gospel is the only antidote to quench our thirst
We learn in John 1 that Jesus is the Reason for life.
Jacob’s life is a reminder of the resurrection.
Jacob’s life teaches us that rather than being hindered by our past, we can be driven by it.
Jacob teaches us that human love will never replace eternal love.
We learn that God’s plan includes our imperfections
Justice teaches us about our need for everyday heroes.
Star Wars teaches us that there’s an ultimate battle of good and evil coming, where God wins.
The story of Joseph through the eyes of Ferdinand the Bull teaches us that standing out has a price.
Sweet Home Alabama teaches us about where to look for real love.
Personal means that we choose serving over observing…a lesson we learn from Moses on a mountain.
Spiritual Intimacy is strengthened in our lives as we take steps forward in our faith by choosing consistent patterns, proper motives, and a long-term perspective.
Jesus gives us a next step to loving each other well
Jesus calls us to be salt and light to reach the world.
In this series we will look at the importance of taking next steps. In this message, Jesus teaches us about Gospel Identity.
Paul teaches us where our hope comes from.
Christmas teaches us that Jesus brings us the ultimate joy.
Luke and Paul teach us the “why” behind Christmas.
Luke explains to us why Jesus had to become a man through the Christmas story.
Christmas teaches how to deal with fear.
Jesus teaches us to be intensely intention about the Kingdom.
Jesus teaches us about the priority of the Kingdom.
Jesus teaches us about the cost of following Him.
We learn about how the camel going through the eye of a needle can affect our faith today.
James teaches us about the dangers of hoarding and forgetting.
James teaches us that our words both direct and reveal who we are.
James teaches us that our words, especially those from teachers, are powerful for good and bad.
James practically shows us how faith and works collide to glorify God.
James teaches us about the danger of favoritism.
People going public with their baptisms
James tells us how to both accept and apply the truth
James teaches us how to ask for wisdom in the middle of trials.
My life is the best reflection of what I truly believe.
In the ups and downs of everyday life, one thing is consistent for the people of God, and that is the praise of God.
Learning to seek God in the most difficult of seasons
Words have power, we must be diligent to choose them wisely and wield them carefully.
God can forgive us — even the worst part of us…this is what we discover in Psalm 51.
The Psalms are a way to connect to God through any season.
God reveals Himself through what He’s made
Within our dark and dying world, we have the great opportunity to seek after God and connect with His purpose and plan.
We learn from Asaph that we can grow close to God even if our circumstances don’t change.
In the letter from Jesus to the church at Thyatira, we see how Jesus protects his church from going off the rails.
The Laodicean Church teaches us to be jealous for God.