During this Q&A session from Love Into Light, we hear from a panel including Dr. Peter Hubbard as well as College Park Church’s Pastor of Soul Care Jeff Ballard and Assistant Pastor of Soul Care Ryan Berg.
In this Love Into Light conference session, we learn some redemptive ways we can love those who struggle with same-sex attraction or gender dysphoria.
I’ve only heard “stewardship” used in Christian circles when talking about money. But it goes far deeper than finances! It also deals with thankfulness.
Many understand what it means for God to be the ultimate author of the Bible. But conversations about human authors of the Bible are limited in the Church.
Our God Saves – Believe is part two of a three-part series in Isaiah. Together, we will continue to see that big problems need a big God.
Is music in worship deserve/need much time? I am here to argue yes! As I see it, there are four main reasons why music is worth devoting corporate time to.
God created and designed marriage to provide partnership, pleasure, order, children, and ultimately a picture of his relationship with his Church. Nine men and women in black gowns cannot alter the definition of his creation.
During the Our God Saves – Turn series, we begin a study in the book of Isaiah, looking at how big problems require a big God!
It’s the time of year when high school seniors are asking “should I go to college?” Let me offer some helpful tips for students and parents to keep in mind.
In “When Faith Is Forbidden,” we see that persecution isn’t merely a modern-day trial. The Bible speaks plainly of it. Here’s why that matters.
In a culture of unbiblical norms, proactive parenting is vital for Christian families. When a recent experience reminded me of that, I went back to Genesis to see how God’s design of men and women helps combat these falsities that our children are increasingly exposed to.
In considering identity formation, “Whose Are We?” is inseparable from “Who Are We?” How we answer the first question determines how we answer the second.
How do you prepare your heart for a Sunday morning message? Or do you? These three tips are designed to help you learn how to listen to a sermon well.
It’s been many years since I first read “Let the Nations Be Glad,” but I have yet to find a better book on missions. Let me share why I love this book.