How do we treat our ‘ideological’ enemies? We love them, just like Jesus said. Check out this different approach to people who think/see/vote differently than you.
Author: Matt Agresti (Matt Agresti)
Do you control "it", or does "it" control you? "It" points to something deeper and darker, something that oppresses us universally - and something that Jesus came to free us from. The question is, how can we help free others from "it"?
Jesus came to free us from every captivity we face, and he sends us so that he can free others through us. Does your faith compel you to go and follow him like that?
Jesus came to bring good news to the poor, the outcast, the excluded. How can we do today what he did then?
Jesus said that making yourself a neighbor to those in need is not an option...it's what it means to follow him and have life. So how might we be able to be a neighbor by forming friendships across the divide?
Disappointment. We all face it. It's unavoidable. And how we respond to it makes all the difference. Our response to disappointment is a fork in the road, with one way leading to life, the other way leading no where. In faith, let's choose the right road.
Imagine living with complete confidence in God, even in the midst of this shaky time. How can we have a faith like that? We explore an answer to that question in this message, as well as a big thing that keeps us from actually trusting him!
Something invisible is changing our world temporarily, and we all feel it. But something invisible happened behind the very visible death of Christ 2000 years ago that changed the world forever. Hear more as we remember Christ’s death on this special Good Friday service.
As people of Act 5, this is our part of the story - which means it's your part of the story. And God has a great part for us to play. So what is it that you are called to do in this time?
At this point in The Story, humanity's relationship with God is broken because of their rebellion. The question is, what will God do? The answer reveals a God who keeps his promise, regardless of the cost. You're going to want to hear this one.