It feels like we shouldn't talk about money in the church, but the reality is that most people are strapped by their finances and Christ wants us to live free from financial bondage.
Are you living at peace with everyone or are you still holding onto a grudge or some sort of unforgiveness? It can be a tough thing to do, but forgiveness can change your life.
Pride can easily entangle us. It can affect the way we interact with people that we love. This week, Pastor Jim will discuss the difference between being a thermometer or a thermostat.
Paul commands the church in Rome to be a hospitable people. What does that look like in our world today? How can we care for strangers or those in need?
Life is tough and it can be really easy to let our faith get burned out. This week, Pastor Jim presents four steps to avoiding spiritual burnout in our lives.
Life can be hard and God doesn't always come through as we expect. Paul went through many trials and setbacks in his life, so he gives us some really good advice on how to endure.
In his letter to the Romans, Paul gives them a couple of pointers on how they should be treating one another. True Christianity manifests itself in love and respect.
It's absolutely critical for us to have a biblical view of ourselves. The more we self-discover, the more we can heal and pursue a God-honoring, fulfilled life.
Don't just be around goodness from time to time, cling to what is good. Be a connoisseur of good. Attach yourself to good things and hold on tightly.
We can learn a lot from this new perspective on Jesus' feeding of the five thousand. How does God want to bless others through you?
This last year has been an incredible journey and we can't help but celebrate all that God has done! God's timing is perfect and He has proven His faithfulness time and time again.
If heaven is home-plate, then we should be really concerned with our RBIs (runs batted in). In order to do that, we might have to sacrifice things along the way so that other people can connect with God.