Many times we find our love limited by particular passions, problems, or people. Today, we're studying John 15 to better understand God's love, which we should experience and extend without limits.
God continues our restoration by calling us to seek the restoration of others.
We live in a cycle of business but God created us for more than what we can produce. Join us as we look at how to create healthy cycles in the life God gave us to live.
What is the "one thing" you feel you need in order to make your life all that you want it to be? A happier marriage? More money? Better health? The Scripture tells us that real life comes from knowing Jesus first. When Jesus is our “one thing,” we can trust Him to take care...
The gift of eternal life outshines every other gift because it meets our most desperate needs, it satisfies us forever and came to us at infinite cost.
Angels are more beautiful, powerful, and ancient that we can possibly fathom, and yet throughout the Bible they are always cast in supporting roles. They are never the focus, and that says something profound about God and about you.
Angels were sent to deliver the good news of the Savior's coming and His arrival. There is great significance in the way in which God used these splendid creatures to announce the Messiah. Yet the angels, even in all of their glory, point us to the One who is greater - the O...
While we often react to the Christmas season in different ways, the shepherds in Luke 2 show us how to correctly respond to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The shepherds are a surprising inclusion in the Christmas Story that highlights both God's value for the marginalized and our opportunity to share our faith in the Christmas season.
We have heard the Christmas story so many times, that we run the risk of losing our wonder at Christ's birth. But to the shepherds who first heard the good news about Jesus, the story was anything but boring. This Christmas, let's respond to Christ's birth like those who hea...