For an introvert like me, it’s helpful to remember that God took the initial step. He pursued a relationship with me even though I was still living in sin.
Through my experiences in the Special Needs Ministry, God has shed new light on what it means to help ignite a passion to follow Jesus.
It would be easy to focus on the goodness of the Lord and give the impression that our marriage, lived hand-in-hand with God, has been completely fulfilling and joyful. However, that is not our story.
So, as I pack my bags to head back to Taylor [University] for one last year, I’m packing this truth with me as well: All of my efforts are a loss if they don’t point to Jesus.
As you seek to love and protect your children, they may object. Yet, if you continue seeking the Lord’s wisdom and drawing upon wisdom from biblical warnings, you can be confident that this difficult aspect of parenting is for your children’s benefit.
Money still seems to be a taboo subject within the Christian community. One clear example of this is the topic of saving. So, what is the proper biblical understanding of saving money?
In this episode of Equip, Lead Pastor Mark Vroegop sits down with T.C. Taylor and Kyle Dickerson of One Fellowship Church, who share their experience launching and leading College Park’s most recent church plant.
The Church must be ready to put sex in its place: elevating the significance of the sexual union, and demoting the significance of sexual identity.
When we speak the wisdom of God’s Word rather than our own opinions, we can have greater confidence that our words of truth will be gracious, and that our words of grace will be truthful.
What are some of the common factors in the breakdown of a marriage?
In this episode of Equip, Heather Nunn speaks with Karen Pourcho, about what Women’s Ministries Bible Studies look like at College Park.
My reflex is to remind my son of other ways he’s gifted. But while these things are true, they leave both of my sons on shifting sand, putting too much stock in their strengths or weaknesses.
Like most Christian single people, I was a huge fan of marriage. But I wasn’t married. And I didn’t know if or when God would give me a spouse.
There’s a monster we have to fight against personally and in the Church. Its name is Entitlement.
When marriage (or anything else) shows me my sin, and provides an opportunity for repentance and sanctification, I have to remember that even when it’s painful, it’s also for my ultimate good.
In this episode of Equip, Pastor of Leadership Development Brad Merchant talks with Lead Pastor Mark Vroegop about the team of people that serves behind the scenes to help develop sermon content.
We’d lived in East Asia for seven years. It was home. Then, we were told we should leave immediately.