We live in a world that is filled with hungry people. Hungry for meaning, for belonging, for peace, for justice, for forgiveness, for healing, for life. Jesus comes to us as the bread of life, and promises that if we come to him, we will never be hungry again. Can you imagine that? Hear more here!
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In such a politically charged culture, what's the most politically charged thing you can do? If we carefully read from the most politically charged book in the New Testament, we find out a surprising answer. Check it out!
Approval. Affirmation. It's something we all look for, but for some of us, we look for it in all the wrong places and in all the wrong ways. Find out what the antidote is to this idol right here!
As you read the gospel stories, you'll notice an interesting theme: The more people get to know, listen to, and encounter Jesus - the more they either love him or hate him. There's just something about Jesus that makes people either want to worship him or kill him? Why is that? And what does that have to do with you and me? Come and explore these questions this Sunday.
When we love like the Good Samaritan loved, we will show others the love of Jesus. So what we are called to is to love where we live, and when we do, we will show Jesus to others. Let’s do it!
What do you want to be like? God means to make us like him...but how? Check it out in this message
God has adopted us as his children, yet we keep entrusting ourselves to other lower-case g gods. Why is that? And more importantly, what's the solution?