Ignorance, Indifference, & Inaction: As we are reminded with International Holocaust Remembrance Day last week, anti-Semitism is still a danger, but not just a physical one. Anti-Semitism is a spiritual sickness and needs a spiritual answer…
Why do we have to wait? Whether it’s a need, an answer to prayer, or a word of confirmation waiting can be rough. But, what if there’s a reason or better, something we can do about the wait that’s great?
How do we handle it when God speaks something that challenges us?
He speaks to establish our hearts and the vision He has for us.
So you might be hearing from the Almighty, with what you hear. but can you be sure? Tonight we talk about how to test the spirits – holding, folding, walk, or run
Starting the new year with a desire to see God do things in your life and speak to you? Here’s a quick primer on what we need to do and a few ways God may already be speaking in your life.
What’s next for 2023? It’s time to look back and reflect with gratitude at what the Lord has done.
We have hope – God gave us a Savior for Christmas, but, what is a Savior exactly? Why should I care and is that really a reason to hope?
We look at John chapters 9-10 with the New Testament reference to Hanukkah this week. Hanukkah is a time commemorating the miracle of hope – God’s care for us in hopeless situations. It’s the festival of light that defines the truth that we are looked after and loved by God and His Son Jesus,
Thee First… putting others before self and focusing on serving others. That’s the model Jesus showed to build our ministry – but it doesn’t come naturally. We look at ways to consider others and be more like Jesus.
Sometimes we feel lonely, sad, helpless especially around the holidays. Remembering how much God has been there for us is a potent way to remind ourselves we have hope and help through Jesus.
When the world treats us poorly, how do we respond? Jesus wants us to honor Him, not our hurt. Tonight we talk about blessing instead of cursing and taking those hurts we’ve suffered and giving Jesus the chance to settle the accounts, now and in the future.
Knowing the difference between needs and opportunities. Our hospitality and being part of a community are crucial to building our faith and exercising His love.