This is the nitty-gritty reality of being part of a community where we’re all sinners. We must continually forgive, show patience towards one another, let love cover sin, and bear with one another.
Rather than seeing people as interruptions to our plans, we can choose to see them as a part of God’s purposeful work in our lives.
There are a lot of “names” that compete with Jesus’s name in our hearts as we get together. As we gather together, let’s examine our hearts and check those other names at the door.
In this episode of Equip, pastors Brad Merchant and Mark Vroegop discuss how we can deal with hard things in life.
The wedding isn’t the summit; it’s the base of the mountain. It’s the starting point, not the goal. And the pinnacle to which we climb is even grander and more beautiful than the wedding reception.
Lord, settle my heart. I’ve got everything on my mind but you this morning; and I am missing the whole point.
The joy I experienced when I heard the words “cancer free” should pale in comparison to the words I heard when I accepted Jesus into my heart: “sin free.”
In this episode of Equip, pastor Brad Merchant shares practical tips on biblical mentorship.
There is power that comes from understanding who Christ is and who we are in light of that.
There are some very real blessings and challenges for our country that are worth recognizing as we celebrate God’s grace.
In this episode of Equip, pastors Brad Merchant and Joe Wittmer talk about how we can maximize the summer for gospel impact.
Should I force my introverted self into an extroverted mold in order to be a faithful Christian?
If you ask a kid to clean his room, you’d better believe that some things will get shoved under the bed. When it comes to dealing with our own messes – our sins – adults aren’t always better.
Director of Women’s Ministry Karen Pourcho teaches on the life of Jesus’s mother, Mary, and how her story can encourage our own walk of faith.
These stone proclaimers of gospel truth, located in the epicenter of the seat of our government, remind me of something Jesus told the self-righteous mockers of his day…“I tell you, if these were silent, the very stones would cry out.”