Sometimes suffering comes at the hands who are closest to us. How does Peter encourage us to live when we are at odds with our spouse, or other people close to us insult us?
It may not be surprising as we watch the news or experience social media, that there is a lot of hate in the world. How is a follower of Jesus called to live in a world with hate?
When we encounter difficult circumstances what anchors us in the storm? From what perspective do we view those circumstances?
This is the Story of how one person who met Jesus just once impacted an entire region.
Jesus’ final words on earth were instructions to tell others the good news of the gospel. Why is this hard for us to do, and how does Jesus help us do it?
Do you believe you are forgiven? Do you believe that you need to be forgiven? Do you believe that forgiveness is possible? Why is it so hard to forgive other people?
Dan Kimbell once wrote a book called, “They like Jesus But Not the Church.” There maybe many reasons why people do not like the Church. Could it be possible that one root cause is not understanding what the Church is?
What is it like to live without power, and without direction? As we continue to explore the Good News of Jesus as spelled out in the Apostle’s Creed we will focus on how the Holy Spirit provides the power and guidance we need for life.
The Apostle’s Creed says that right now “Jesus is seated at the right hand of the Father, and he will come again to judge the living and the dead.” How does Jesus’ current position and his return to judge all people who have and will live have implications for our lives?
The Resurrection of Jesus is crucial for Christians. Why is it so important? How does the resurrection benefit us?