We often focus on heaven as being a mysterious place in the future, but much of our life, ministry, and relationships are shaped by our understanding of heaven.
Jesus asked a simple, direct, profound question nearly 2000 years ago, "Who do you say that I am?" That is the most important question any person will ever answer for it determines what we do in this life and where we go in the next life. As we study how the disciples and ho...
Eternal life is a free gift that God will never take away from those who have trusted in Jesus. You and I can worship and serve God in freedom, knowing that our relationship with Him is secure.
The heart of David was revealed by his experience and refined by his Lord. We want to understand his heart as we seek to align our own hearts with God's. Today, we'll study David's heart of repentance in the face of accountability.
The goal of the Christian life is spiritual multiplication. Join us as we look how to do it well!
Our time is the most valuable resource we have been given, because it is irreplaceable and limited. God calls us to use our time in ways that honor Him and further His purposes in the world.
Church, this present world is a spiritual battleground. Our adversary continuously seeks to destroy us and to render us ineffective for Jesus. But Spirit-directed and empowered prayer aligns us with the will of God and empowers us for battle. Let's get busy praying!
How do we deal with the reality that some people have greater opportunity to hear the gospel than other people? What about babies, or those who are incapable of understanding the gospel? What does the Scripture say about God's fairness and justice in saving men and women thr...
All sin is inherently addictive! Therefore, all of us need to know how to find hope and victory against the bad habits and sinful addictions that will, if left unchecked, destroy our lives. Discover both biblical principles and practical steps to aid in your fight for faithf...
Seeking and experience and forgiveness from our heavenly Father opens the door for deep fellowship, but withholding forgiveness from others disrupts our intimacy with both God and man. Receive forgiveness, learn to forgive and live in freedom!