A truth that can sometimes be hard to grasp is that God wants to forgive you and help you. God knows your struggles and he is waiting with open arms.
We all have longings for love and purpose in our lives, but we tend to search for them in the wrong places. Let’s awaken to our need for God to fulfill those longings.
Jesus’ parable of the lost son shows us, in detail, how much God really does love us. He loves us even when we don’t deserve it and even when we’ve turned away from Him.
Jesus came to give us a full, abundant life beyond what we can see. God has a better, more fulfilling life planned out for us and He invites us to step into that life.
When Jesus would pray, he would get up early in the morning and find a quiet spot away from distractions. Life is chaotic and prayer can help us stay centered on God.
If you've been around the church at all, you might have heard of a "tithe". This week we're talking about what a "tithe" is and why it's so important to God and the mission of His church.
We tend to think that the solution to being strapped is more money. More is always better, right? Sometimes it's just about making smart decisions with what we already have.
We're surrounded by financial temptations all the time: Buy now! Limited time offer! What's in your wallet? Getting unstrapped is about having money serve us, not the other way around.
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?