One of the most overlooked sins in the Church today is un-thankfulness. What we discover in our study of Psalm 100, is with all that God has done, He asks so little of us. Join us as we look into what God requires.
King David was receiving advice in Psalm 11 concerning what to do when a nation’s foundations are destroyed. It was reasonable advice, but it was contrary to the will of God. As believers watching our own nation’s foundations disintegrating, what is the Biblical response? Join us as we take a look at Psalm 11.
Christ proves that He is God and Lord over all by demonstrating His power over death. We see His mighty power on display in Luke’s Gospel chapter seven. Join us as we see our mighty God enter into a hopeless environment, and cause everyone one in that environment to stand in awe and wonder of Him.
It’s All About Christ
We find in scripture several places where the incarnation is all about Christ. Much of our struggle in life has to do with keeping our focus on what is most important. The Christmas season is notorious for getting us to miss what all of this is about. Join us as we look at a single verse in the book of Isaiah to correct our perspective on the Christmas season.
There are millions of women and men that are silently dealing with the damage and devastation of abortion whether they truly agree with it or not. For many who have experienced it, the unseen wounds continue to wreak pain in their lives, affecting relationships, marriages and even the way they parent children later in life. Join us in a discussion as the Davis’ share their first hand experience with abortion and how they found a path to true healing.
The Reliability of the Story of the Resurrection
The central message of the Early Church was the Resurrection. Without the Resurrection Christianity is worthless. But is the story that has been pass down to us reliable? Join us as we look at what the Apostle Paul tells us concerning the Resurrection in 1 Corinthians chapter 15.
Human trafficking is modern day slavery which affects 27 million people globally, and almost a third of those are children. Our last two presidents have pledged to dismantle, abolish, and restore the most basic rights to those who are enslaved. Proverbs 31 tells us to open our mouths for those who cannot speak for themselves and to ensure justice for those that are crushed. Join us as we welcome Cory Nickols from Destiny Rescue to share with us what their organization does, how children's lives are being changed, and what the church can do to help support and be an advocate for those who are enslaved in human trafficking.