The Good news of Jesus is not just a message to be internalized; it must also be a public message on display for others to see. Paul teaches followers of Jesus to grow in maturity because Good News produces generosity.
One of the terms used frequently by Christians is “saved.” Unless a person understands their desperate situation, they will not accept their need for rescue. Today, as we come to terms with Christianity, we start to understand the need for rescue and realize our greatest need is God.
Pitchmen generate enthusiasm by promising their product will do more than imagined. When we look at what God does for mankind, we find it is not just hype! God never stops giving! Today we discover how amazing God’s grace truly is.
Church terms and words can sometimes be confusing. We are taking a close look at what we believe and why! Today we talk about inspiration: what is it? why is it important? does it matter? The lesson we discover as we learn about the inspiration of the Bible is simple: God’s Word can be trusted!
We are fascinated by items that carry the label “new” and will sacrifice much to have the latest and greatest. Because of what God has done for us, we can sing a new song. Listen as Psalm 149 is unfolded and explained, then join in singing a new song of joy, justice, and praise!
Some moments in life make you stop and exclaim “My goodness! How great God is!” In this paragraph, Paul pauses in his writing to the Roman church and does just that. He praises God for the work He has done and the work in which He has allowed Paul to be a part. Listen as […]
Deacon Mike Beyelia shares from the book of Romans how God is building us otgether to highlight His great glory. Just like Lego building bricks, we are designed for interaction and delight. Be encouraged as you listen to today’s message.