We all do it without even thinking. Someone new walks in the room and we make judgments based on the way they look, talk, or carry themselves. Ben Phebus unpacks the next section of James and invites us to see people and love them the way God does.
How much of our lives are bent towards more, faster, more, faster? Continuing in James, Trent Heaton challenges us to slow our pace and respond to the good news of Jesus.
Kicking off our series on James, Stu Quackenbush invites us to consider that during seasons of great sorrow or pain we can find even greater joy in Christ.
Do you enjoy work? Do you work begrudgingly? Or a little of both? Using passages from Proverbs, Matt Zainea reminds us that work is essential to understanding God, ourselves and our purpose.
Have you been buried and brought back to life through faith in Jesus Christ? This Baptism Sunday, Ben Phebus invites us to consider the significance of identifying with Jesus through baptism.
What comes to your mind when you think about money? Are you stressed? Confident? Tense? Peaceful? Gary Helm points us to what Jesus has to say about wealth, treasures, greed and generosity.
What comes to your mind when you think about money? Are you stressed? Confident? Tense? Peaceful? Andrew Bauer points us to what Jesus has to say about wealth, treasures, greed and generosity.
What are you hungry for? Continuing in Matthew, Trent Heaton teaches that the spiritual practice of fasting reveals the true hunger of our hearts.
Forgiveness is at the heart of following Jesus. What happens when we won't forgive? Stu Quackenbush unpacks what Jesus says about true forgiveness and how to forgive when it seems impossible.
Have you ever been so sad or angry that you didn’t know how to pray? Continuing in our SEEK series, Brian Webster helps us understand the Psalms and shows us how to pray in a way that moves us from lament to wisdom and then to praise.
When we pray do we come to God with an open hand or a closed fist? Continuing in Matthew 6, Steve High points us to the importance of surrender through the Lord’s Prayer.
Is there a connection between our generosity and our hearts? Kicking off our series on Matthew 6, Steve Welch invites us to reflect on our motivation when we do good things for the Kingdom.
What is the most significant moment in all of human history? Concluding our series in 1st Corinthians 15, Trent Heaton shows us the importance of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Does God care about how we worship? Continuing the conversation on spiritual gifts and worship, Matt Zainea unpacks 1 Corinthians 14.
Is it possible to do the right things in the name of love and still miss the point? Gary Heim unpacks what true love looks like in 1 Corinthians 13.
Our culture is characterized by divisiveness, but Jesus offers a better way. From 1 Corinthians 12, Matt Zainea reminds us that unity among followers of Christ is the greatest gift.
No one desires suffering. Yet, to remain faithful through adversity is to identify with Jesus. Using text from 1 Corinthians 11, Matt Zainea explores the connection between suffering and communion.
All Scripture is relevant to our life, even when it doesn’t feel relevant. Using the topic of headcoverings, Matt Zainea explores the importance of orderly worship in 1 Corinthians 11.
Who do you imitate? Who imitates you? This Vision Sunday, Matt Zainea reminds us that through the power of the Holy Spirit the kingdom of Jesus Christ spreads from generation to generation through willing people.
What is consuming your thought life? Your time? Your energy? Your money? Matt Zainea encourages us to ask these questions and identify if idolatry has replaced the one, true God in our lives.
Everyone loves to be right. But does that hinder our ability to represent Jesus? Matt Zainea challenges us to put aside pride and surrender our rights to advance the good news of Jesus Christ.
Do your words, actions and habits point those around you to Jesus Christ? Continuing in Corinthians, Matt Zainea helps us navigate the challenges of discernment when Scripture isn't perfectly clear.
What distractions keep you from serving Christ? Whether married or single, we are called to the same mission. Continuing in Corinthians, Ben Phebus calls us to lay aside distractions and shift our priorities.
Should Christ followers care about sexual purity? Should their lives be marked by countercultural beliefs and practices? Using Corinthians 6 -7, Matt Zainea challenges us to flee sexual sin and to cling to our union with Christ.
Why do we look for life among pursuits and pleasures that lead to death? This Resurrection Sunday, Matt Zainea challenges us to ask this question and points us to abundant life that can only be found in the miraculous resurrection of Jesus Christ.