Considering Psalm 13, Nate helps us to recognize that our circumstances may not change, but our attitude sure can.
Continuing in his lessons from John, Nate speaks to us today from chapter 12. It is 6 days until the Passover and Jesus’ death is quickly approaching. What would you be doing if you knew it was the last week of your life? What is Jesus doing during the last week of His life?
Looking at the life of Thomas, we too can go from Disbelief to Renewal. Thomas is not faithless. His faithfulness is shown in the gospel of John earlier: In chapter 11 he is ready to die with Jesus in Jerusalem, in chapter 14 he asks Jesus an important question that we all need the answer…
Looking at lessons of faithfulness, George highlights several ways we can learn from Daniel. He knew his faith, was precise in his faith, and he paid attention to God’s Word.
From John 11, Nate talks about how God’s answer to our prayers is always perfect and in His timing…which oftentimes is not the same as ours.
In all the discussion around the recent virus outbreak of COVID-19, Nate talks this morning about how we should be responding as Christians. In the Philippian letter, Paul talks about how prayer and thankfulness is the cure for worry. Cast your anxieties upon the Lord!
Speaking from Romans 9, Nate talked this evening about our God-centered salvation. He chose man-kind to pour out his Grace upon, our choices in life determine whether we are made into a vessel of wrath or a vessel of mercy by the Potter.
Kris spoke this evening on 5 important things that need to be in the lives of our children for them to be faithful to God throughout their lives.
Are you pursuing things that match your spiritual goals in Christ? Kris talked this morning about our core values as Christians, and whether or not our carnal pursuits match those values.
In this lesson, Kris has created a mnemonic device to help you remember the key elements of the crucifixion of Christ.