Does it matter to God how we think of our Sunday worship? Is he even there? Do we have to somehow reach a point where he shows up?
I saw the beauty of the gospel for the first time; and all these years later, I still recall that as my entry, by grace, into the family of God.
Withdrawing can be dangerous for our souls and wellbeing. Why? Because, if we are honest, we sometimes leave God out of our suffering as well.
He didn’t have formal theological training. But he was filled with God’s Spirit, and he let his love of God and the power of the gospel overflow toward those around him.
Jesus said that love for one another is how the world will know that we are the disciples of Jesus. So, what does love look like?
In this week’s lesson from College Park Church Women’s Amazing Collection Bible study, Cathy Johnson shares insight from the book of Nehemiah.
You want your child to know God—and to play a role in their spiritual growth. But when it comes to parenting a teenager, it seems like there’s a barrier.
Whether you struggle with prayer—wondering if your prayers make a difference—or you believe your prayer life is as good as it can get, “Pray Big” offers many helpful insights.
The world would say that our identity is found apart from our Creator, God—and that may be why we feel this identity crisis.
In this week’s lesson from College Park Church Women’s Amazing Collection Bible study, Libby Pancake shares insight from the book of Ezra.
When the Bible talks about a person’s life after they have believed in Jesus, it describes a life of transformation. One does not simply believe in Jesus and then go on living the same way they lived before. Instead, as they put their trust in Christ, the process of transformation begins.
Whether you are facing suffering or blessing and victory, the presence of Christ is with you. Let that be an encouragement.
I remember hearing the word steward as a new Christian and thinking, “What are these people talking about, and what does that word even mean?”
We believe theology is for kids. That’s why we’re bringing rich, theological truth to kids at this year’s THINK conference.