In Luke 15 we read a series of parables Jesus told to emphasize the value of finding that which was lost. He shows us how important all people are to…
1 Thessalonians 5:13b-15 describes some of the ways a diverese group of people committed to Jesus come together to create community built on love for God and one another.
1 Thessalonians 4 begins with some instructions on living in a way that pleases God and gains the respect of outsiders.
What achievement will you point to when you stand before Jesus?
We turn to 1 Thessalonians 2 and consider the example given by Paul and Silas as they shared the Gospel message.
We continue to work our way through 1 John. This week, we consider God's definition of love that is the foundation for His call to surrender our lives to Him.
God sees you as loveable and worthwhile. He wants to be part of your life.
Part 5 in our series on 9 arts we can develop to build meaningful relationships with people that are open to spiritual conversations.
Listening is the 3rd of 9 arts we can develop to help build authentic, loving relationships open to spiritual conversations.
Why does God allow suffering? What does God's goodness look like?