Celebration has the power to shape who we are and what we care about.
The Fruit of the Spirit is the character of God made true of us for the sake of the world, starting with the miracle of love.
The community that is led by the Spirit consists of people who are surrendered to the Spirit.
If we miss the power of accountability, we miss the purpose of biblical community.
Matthew's response to Jesus' invitation to be His disciple teaches us how to respond with humility, allegiance, and generosity.
What does it look like to live life well when you live under the shadow of death?
Jesus teaches us three important things about how and why we serve in Matthew 6:1-4.
A message about the dangers of "the flesh," the power of the Holy Spirit, and how our choices shape the person we are becoming.
A message of assurance for those who struggle with their identity as children of God. (1 John 3:4-10)
What does it look like for our lives on earth to be guided by our longing for heaven? (1 John 2:28-3:3)
Don't waste your life loving things that won't last. (1 John 2:15-17)
How should Jesus' thoughts on family change the way we think about the future?
What does an overlooked group of people in the ministry of Jesus teach us about laying a foundation so that others can have a future?
What does 1 John 2:1-6 have to teach us about how we can know that we know God?
The Gospel of John calls us to remember the God who brings light to darkness and order to chaos.
Abram's story gives hope to those caught between God's promises made and His promises kept.
The role that Scripture plays in our lives can never be separated from the role that Jesus plays in our lives.
Jesus not only makes it possible for us to serve others but to be served by others.
Thinking differently about rest in the life of Jesus makes it possible for us to rest today.
What does it mean for us to be dependent in a culture that celebrate independence?
Our best defense against spiritual conflict is our discipleship to Jesus.
How do we trust Jesus in a culture of distrust?