Art can indeed touch our souls. We need only look into the eyes of a friend, a tree in the wind, or a paint stroke to be reminded: God is everywhere.
During this nine-week series, we learn how the Bible speaks to practical life, helping us navigate a world filled with danger and potentially bad choices.
If I don’t actively help my child think biblically about the world, a friendly cartoon named Daniel Tiger will exert more influence over her than I will.
Why rest? And how does spiritually resting in Jesus help me decide between an intense workout and physically resting my body?
“Gentle and Lowly” focuses on showing the character of Christ, his gracious heart, toward sinners and sufferers like you and me.
Pastor Brad Merchant shares three practical tips for biblical encouragement.
I craved long-lasting friendship. Yet, as I neared my thirties, I was increasingly aware that my friendships lacked something important.
Elder Chairman Stephen Gray and Lead Pastor Mark Vroegop share an update on how College Park Church is navigating the topics of racial reconciliation & justice.
While books and quotes on friendship are abounding, the Bible also speaks about friends. So, what does Christian friendship look like?
If we have single vision during hardship, we will ultimately be no different from the animals. Nothing will have mattered.
Pastor Dale Shaw shares on a recent experience that helped him live more fully with a sense of being rescued.
Smartphones wonderfully powerful tools. Yet, smartphone usage, I believe, is also the biggest source of distraction in our time.
Preaching, teaching, and evangelism seek to explicitly communicate the gospel, but how we do relationships together—the implicit gospel—is equally powerful.
The prayer acronym P.R.A.Y. is a helpful structure for prayer. It’s not complicated and I use it regularly during my time with the Lord.
One of the best ways to battle laziness and pursue communion with God is through Bible reading and prayer. This list of resources is designed to help.
Do you believe your financial principles are a spiritual matter? The answer is “yes”! God entrusts us with resources and tells us how to steward them.