Whom do you trust? Psalm 71 claims God deserves your loyalty because He alone is true. Discover three areas proving God to be trustworthy. You never need to be ashamed of God.
David was king because God is always faithful. This truth must be embraced. God demonstrates His faithfulness in three specific areas.
Even a person fixated on pursuing God’s heart can experience trouble at home. David’s life teaches us hope is always an option.
Shame motivates change in attitudes and actions. Many actions bring shame, but sharing God’s Good News must not. This news is not only powerful, it is also practical, and personal!
You can say “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” because Jesus knows your need! Jesus not only knows your need, He also meets them. Jesus knows you need joy, training, and power.
Since our church began meeting in 1955, Homecoming Sunday marks our “birthday”. This year we discuss the battles everyone is facing. In the struggles you face, victory awaits if you have three keys. Pastor not only shares these keys from 2 Corinthians 4, but also shows how to practice them.
Every trip needs to carefully consider its fueling needs – both for passengers and vehicles! You can know where you are going and how to get there, but still need the power to move forward. God’s people have always needed to find the source of strength and power to follow and obey. Today’s passage from […]
The misuse of power and influence is a theme that runs through Mark chapter nine. Here at the end of a long discussion, after many events, Jesus gives three simple truths that will revolutionize the way you think about using your power and influence on others. Listen as we discover these truths together.