It can be so tricky when it comes to disciplining our children. There are so many questions and so many doubts, but the Bible offers us a few great principles that can help out with this part of parenthood.
Everyone wants their kids to thrive, but parenting is tricky and it takes a lot of wisdom. Parents only have so many weeks to raise their children into adulthood. How do we make those weeks count?
What is Faithbrook Church all about and why does it exist? Listen in to see the awesome things that God has been doing at Faithbrook and see why we do what we do!
There are a lot of big questions at the end of Romans 8, and Paul answers those questions with great confidence in the overcoming power and love of Christ.
Nobody gets through life without some sort of pain and suffering. It’s just inevitable. What’s really going on? And how are we supposed to get through it?
Listen as Pastor Jim explains our faith in Christ represented through three chairs. Many have moved over to the second chair, but third chair living is a matter surrender and trust.
Guilt is a powerful thing that can rob us of joy and steal our confidence. In Christ, we can have freedom from guilt and any other thing that wants to bring us down.
The bright light of the star over Bethlehem and the robes of the heavenly hosts give us the most important color of Christmas. The entire reason for Christ’s coming rests in the color white.
Red is such an important color of Christmas, but the significance of this color goes far beyond that silent night in Bethlehem.
Everything isn’t always so holly jolly at Christmas time. Many people struggle with grief, stress, and disfunction during this time. How can the original Christmas story help us if we’re having a blue Christmas?
As soon as Black Friday hits, Christmas is all about the green…money! This Christmas, instead of getting so wrapped up in being a consumer, take some time and focus on the real reason we celebrate.
The reality of life is that we will go through troubles and hardships. We can’t avoid them, but we can decide how we respond to them.