God told David the city of Keilah would deliver him to Saul. But when David leaves, Saul changes course. How do we reconcile this? And what does it inform us about human choices and God’s control?
In this final sermon in this series on hope, find out more about the believer's forever home called the New Jerusalem.
Why is the belief in the future resurrection of Christian believers so important? Paul answers this decisively, approaching it from the vantage point of "what if there was no resurrection?" May this message increase your hope!
What is hope? And how do I know hope will not disappoint? Listen in to find out how our salvation and suffering have much to do with this thing called hope.
Where does generosity come from? And what does the Apostle Paul’s encounter with a wealthy businesswoman in Philippi teach us about giving and hospitality? You’ll discover the importance of sharing at the dinner table.
Who is called to follow Jesus' mission? The early church gives a clear answer, as well as prescribes both the challenges and joys of that mission. One of the biggest questions for us to answer is: are we putting mirrors where we should be putting windows?
Circumstances in Nehemiah's life were hard. It would've been understandable if he felt helpless. But Nehemiah set an example for us by earnestly and confessionally praying. Find out more about prayer ...
Two basic fundamental Christian disciplines are worship and fellowship. Not only will we explore what these are, but we will also dive into their origin. Through it, we will discover the answer to why we need church at all.
It's one thing to denounce tribalism and name our insecurities. It's another thing to be truly united. How does Jesus make a church one in mind, Spirit and love?