Solomon did an amazing thing when he built the temple in Jerusalem, but Jesus did an even greater thing when he died on the cross. God presence is no longer contained in a building, but in a people.
Toward’s the end of his life, Solomon neglected his relationship with God and made some very poor decisions. We have to be careful not to make the same mistakes that Solomon did.
Solomon inherited the kingdom from his father and when God offered him whatever he wanted, he asked for wisdom. What do you do with the opportunities that are laid in front of you?
Pastor Mike interviews Pastor Jim about the status of Faithbrook. You'll get to hear highlights from this past year, stories about changed lives, a financial report, and the direction that God is leading Faithbrook.
In the final week of Kingdom Culture, we hear a very unusual story that Jesus used to explain the grace of God. It’s definitely not what you would expect.
Forgiveness is not fun and sometimes it can be really hard. Jesus talks about it when he is describing the Kingdom of God. Why is it such an important topic to him?
Have you ever planted seeds? Isn’t it amazing what can come from such a tiny little thing? What’s even more interesting is that this is an example that Jesus uses to describe his kingdom.
Nobody likes to talk about consequences, but sometimes we can forget that God is holy. He is full of love, grace, and mercy, but he is also just.
Our souls are like the soil in Jesus’ parable. We have to maintain our soil so we can receive all that God has for us. When our soul is taken care of, God can do amazing things in our lives.
Jesus was dead, but now he is alive! The stone was rolled away from the tomb and the stones that keep you away from a relationship with God can be rolled back from your heart.
Pontius Pilate was put in an extremely difficult situation when the Jewish leaders brought Jesus to him. Pilate had to answer a tough question: What am I going to do with Jesus?
At the center of Easter, the Bible, creation, and even history, there is Jesus. He is the centerpiece of it all and he ask for us to make Him our centerpiece.