Continuing our series on speaking truth in love, we look at kindness. Love is kind…so how can we speak the truth in kindness?
Speaking the truth in love – what does that mean? Can we speak truth without destroying the other person?
Grace is having a second chance, repentance is taking the second chance.
Mercy leads to grace – getting what you don’t deserve; a second chance; room to get things right. Grace is another critical part of the Christian life with a purpose.
In this first of a three part series we look at how mercy motivates and moves God to act in love. When we act in mercy it brings healing – to us and others.
The center of Passover is the sacrificial lamb, the Korban Pesach.
Listen in as we compare how Jesus was like the Passover Lamb in his life and ministry.
Do we trust God to let Him lead us? Are we willing to embrace who He has called us and defined us to be? These are some of the questions we tackle as it relates to Passover (Pesach).
We look at how God helps us through difficult or even seemingly impossible circumstances just as He did 2,500+ years ago with the first Purim.
Maybe you’ve had one of those days…or lives where it feels like you just can’t catch a break; that the only way to get ahead is to take what you can – but, there’s hope. You don’t have to play that game – a game that is rigged and everyone loses. Esther faced a similar rigged game, where the stakes were life and death…we see how God helped her and the Jewish people and can help you today.
Trust is never easy, especially in a world filled with treachery. Trusting in God can be daunting along with doing the right thing. As we get closer to Purim, we look at Mordecai as an example of a man who trusted in God and did the right thing, even when it got him – nothing, or did it?
What happens when hurt, anger, disappointment and issues arise in relationships? When we hold onto those past hurts part of our heart becomes unusable, like a ruin. We talk about defining, dozing (not sleeping) and renewing those plots in our heart…
What is Love? How can we promote and maintain healthy relationships?
We cover four major elements of love and how they contribute and support relationships.