How do insults clarify our true needs? Well, when we’re mocked and ridiculed, our loving Heavenly Father provides for our true needs.
This season has set a backdrop for the questions many of us are asking: “God, what are you doing in this world?” and “What’s this world coming to?”
Insults feel like mortal wounds because we care so much about what others think. Is it true that they can actually work for our good?
During the My Shepherd study, we will walk through this impactful psalm to deepen our understanding of and love for our Good Shepherd.
I suffer from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and I’d like to help you understand this very misunderstood disorder. Here’s what you should know about OCD.
Just like a trail has rocky cairns to help hikers navigate, God has given you spiritual cairns to help you find your way. Here are a few practical examples.
Why should you get baptized? Let me give you three reasons. Baptism is not just a command, it’s also a gift for our benefit and blessing.
Your mind wanders when you are praying. Be honest. So, what can you do about your wandering mind? Here are a few practical prayer tips.
What if we change how we think about the “problem” of kids in Small Group? It’s really an opportunity for discipling the children in our family and church.
Others’ hospitality helps us remember the good. In Psalm 116, we see a similar sentiment. The psalmist is reminded of many things God has done.
What should the relationship between mental health and the church look like? The guys dive into this topic and then answer some listener questions.
Shame is a sense of feeling worthless, isolated, unclean, disgraced, or defiled. So, how does the gospel address your shame?
During the Warnings & Wisdom sermon series, we conclude our study in James by studying chapters 4-5 to see how real faith impacts daily life.