Learning about the culture and language of Bible times can reveal new meaning in familiar scriptures. Let’s call them ah-ha moments.
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What is God like? Who is this man Jesus? How can we understand the Holy Spirit?
God is present and active in our lives, often working through people and ‘coincidences’. Thank and praise Him!
Following Jesus in today’s world can be challenging. But living according to Jesus’ teaching is incredibly worthwhile. Call it life-changing.
God’s love is unconditional. He knows our hearts and continually invites us into relationship.
I was so excited! God had used me and it felt great! I wanted more of these moments and wanted others to have them too. So I said “Take my life and use it.”
If humans collected the books of the New Testament why do Christians claim that Scripture is inspired by the Holy Spirit? How were books included or omitted?
In Genesis, God signed a contract with Abraham saying He’d die to keep His promise. God rescues us from slavery and brings us home to Him.
The season of Lent began Wednesday, approximately 40 days before Easter. Why ‘approximately’ 40 days? What is Lent about? Let’s explore our faith.
We say “the two shall become one flesh” to describe marriage, but this deeply personal love is also used to describe Jesus’ love for His bride, the church. How does marriage prepare us for God’s love?
Are you worn down and tired? Jesus says “Come to me and I will give you rest.” He isn’t offering a day to sleep late, but rest for your soul. Inner rest. Will you come?
Why did God choose the lowly shepherds as the first to see the baby Jesus? They were the only ones to receive an angelic birth announcement. What can we learn from God’s choice?
Let’s consider Joseph. He had dreams for the future before God chose Mary as the mother of Jesus. What did Joseph give up by obeying God?
Consider Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist. God is doing a great work through her pregnancy and her character. Her response to Mary is noteworthy.
The traditional Christmas story begins when Mary becomes pregnant. But the actual story begins 6 months earlier when John the Baptist’s birth is foretold. John will prepare the way for Jesus the King.
Your word is a lamp to guide my feet and a light for my path.
Christ will make his home in your hearts as you trust in him. Your roots will grow down into God’s love and keep you strong.
I am the vine; you are the branches. Those who remain in me, and I in them, will produce much fruit. For apart from me you can do nothing.
Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the Lord your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you.