Resources for Revelation

Resources for Revelation

The Revelation of Jesus Christ is a 23-week sermon series through the book of Revelation, running from August 2022 through March 2023 at College Park Church. Whether you are part of our church and going through this series with us or you are studying the book on your...
What Nature Can Teach Us about God’s Sovereignty

What Nature Can Teach Us about God’s Sovereignty

God knows what he’s doing. It sounds cliché, but he really does have a plan! One way we see this truth play out is in nature. There are two natural occurrences that are perfect examples in creation that point to God’s sovereignty: lodgepole pine trees found in the...
Kintsugi

Kintsugi

Kintsugi (金継ぎ) (or kintsukuroi (金繕い)) is a Japanese art dating back to the 15th century. When a piece of cherished pottery would break, and the owner could not bear to discard it, they would create a paste of gold and lacquer to piece the pottery back together. The...
Using Winnie the Pooh to Illustrate Heart Issues

Using Winnie the Pooh to Illustrate Heart Issues

Recently, I’ve been thoroughly enjoying a particular series of children’s books. The premise is brilliant: each book features a woodland critter debilitated by a common struggle (anxiety, depression, fear, etc.). The story artfully sets up the circumstances leading to...
What Is a Woman of God?

What Is a Woman of God?

Have you ever wondered what it means to be a godly woman? Or wanted to be known as a “woman of God” but realized you’re not sure what exactly that refers to? You’re not alone! In the broadest terms, being a “woman of God” describes a woman who maintains a consistent...
An Overview of the Book of Isaiah

An Overview of the Book of Isaiah

It was a time of material prosperity and of spiritual indifference. It was a time of social inequity and injustice. Great wealth existed side by side with extreme poverty. It was a time of political divisiveness and moral weakness; a time when pride had blinded the...
Be Good for God’s Sake

Be Good for God’s Sake

Be Good, as He Is Good “Be good.” How many times did I say it as I walked out the door, leaving my kids in the care of another? Spoken in that context, it expressed a parting wish that the little one to whom it is spoken would, at a bare minimum, not do anything bad,...