God’s love is not something only to receive, it is something to pass on to others. In 1 Corinthians 13, we see fifteen key traits for those who are ready to pass on the baton of God’s love to the world around them.
Most people can identify a few key moments in their lives that have shaped how they see themselves. Youth Minister Jordan Andler reminds us that, no matter what we’ve done or what’s been done to us, Jesus is waiting to step into our story and redefine it in light of eternity.
When we pray “God, send me,” we are speaking a prayer of availability. We are asking God to open our eyes to needs that happen around us every day. This is the final sermon of our “Dangerous Prayers” series. We hope this has been a powerful group of messages that has challenged you in your […]
In Week 1 of this series, we asked God to search us. Now, Week 2 finds us asking God to break us. “The sacrifice you desire is a broken spirit. You will not reject a broken and repentant heart, O God.” — Psalm 51:17 (NLT) Consider asking yourself this week: How does God want to […]
What thoughts make you anxious or afraid? Are you afraid of losing your job? Are you afraid that you’ll always be stuck in an unhealthy marriage? Are you afraid of the future? Afraid of failure? Of success? Some fears can block or even cripple your relationship with God. When you ask God to search your […]