The Gospel of Christ is not a fairy tale, it\’s as real and true as the very Bread and Cup that God has given us to commemorate it.
Ahab\’s sin in the matter of Naboth\’s vineyard is one of many stories in Scripture that point toward the sacrifice of Christ.
In Mark 8 we learn something important about what it takes to really and truly understand Jesus. This miracle is an echo of why we need the Lord\’s Supper.
God expects his people to be givers, sacrificial givers, givers of themselves to him, givers to others in need.
Jesus\’s last night with his disciples introduced a new life through him.
The Gospel of Christ is intended to change lives. But how does conversion happens? And who can be changed? Acts 9-10 help us find the answers that we need!
This week Caleb and Ben look an extreme danger that Jesus warns about, and the qualities he calls for his disciples to cultivate in order to deal with it.
Jesus wants you to be his disciple—a devoted learner-follower seeking to become like Him. The promise He gives to you if you will be His disciple is that He will be with you always. Being a disciple is a high calling with an even higher reward. But what, in real-life terms, does discipleship require? Just …
Have you been out to a restaurant recently? How was that experience? If you are like most, it might not have been exactly what you were hoping. Here is how it typically goes: You arrive and have to wait for a table for longer than expected. Then once you sit down the TV is dialed …