We all benefit from times of solitude. But solitude does not equate silence. Rather, the spiritual discipline of silence is a time to hear from God.
In the ninth week of the College Park Church Women’s Precept Ministries study of Hebrews, Diana Standridge leads a discussion on the book of Hebrews.
In this week’s lesson from College Park Church Women’s “Amazing Collection” Bible study, Libby Pancake talks about what the book of Ruth can teach us about God’s comfort during times of trial.
I wish I had fully grasped this while playing football. I didn’t realize what worship through sport was until the game was taken away from me.
In this episode of Equip, we talk about how corporate worship disciples believers.
Establishing deacons will help us better care for our members and is faithful to the biblical teaching on for a few reasons.
In this episode of Equip, we discuss the vision behind the new deacon ministry at College Park.
One of the hardest questions that a parent of a preteen or teenager may face is the age-old, “when am I allowed to date?” As parents, deciding if your child is allowed to be dating in high school or not, is challenging.
In the eighth week of the College Park Church Women’s Precept Ministries study of Hebrews, Diana Standridge leads a discussion on the book of Hebrews.
Saving money is not inherently sinful, as long as we have a God-centered disposition—knowing we shouldn’t hastily seek after money or view it as the purpose of life.
At some point, every person realizes that there is a difference between hearing and listening. In John 13-14, Jesus teaches and shows us how much he loves us as he gives us the command to listen. Will you listen to Jesus’s teaching?
Serving the Lord in rugged places always involves tears. But the act of lament can allows these struggles, stresses, and sorrows to become a platform for worship instead of a pit of despair.
As Christians, when we plan ahead for reading, we set ourselves up to follow through on our goals to grow spiritually through a regular habit of reading.
I know church members who wholeheartedly go all-out for Halloween. I also know some who board up their houses and hide like a hurricane is coming. If you don’t want to duck out altogether, why not stand out?
When most of us hear or think about Christian stewardship, we primarily think of finances. But if that’s all we think, we’re missing most of the picture.
In the seventh week of the College Park Church Women’s Precept Ministries study of Hebrews, Diana Standridge leads the discussion on this week’s Scripture.
In this week’s lesson from College Park Church Women’s “Amazing Collection” Bible study, Karen Pourcho shares from the book of Joshua on trust and obedience.
In this episode of Equip, we talk about the role of the College Park Communications Team.