In the first week of the College Park Church Women’s Precept Ministries study of Hebrews, Diana Standridge gives an overview of this yearlong, inductive study.
There is nothing particularly Christian about only having easy relationships. The gospel is displayed more clearly when people who are different than each other choose to embrace the messiness and difficulty of loving each other.
In this episode of Equip, we discuss practical ways to strengthen your marriage.
As we remember the significance of September 11, 2001, in our nation’s history and as we mourn those who lost their lives, how might we lament this day?
Why study Colossians? This letter contains some of the most grand and exquisite truths of the Christian faith—truths that will stand for all eternity.
Perhaps you think you know the Tyler Trent story. But before he was a nationally recognized name, Tyler Trent was just another homeschooled kid from central Indiana… And like many homeschool kids, Tyler and his two younger brothers grew up at church.
Our church is more than a building, more than a worship song, more than a great sermon. It is a community. Our church is family. It’s our home.
This worksheet has 100 questions to ask your spouse, meant to help you slow down and learn more about your spouse, your marriage, and yourself.
A 2010 study found that about a third of special needs families have left a church because their child was excluded… Clearly, there is a significant need for better inclusion of special needs children and their families in our congregations.
In this episode of Equip, Mark Vroegop speaks with the Eric Anderson and Jake Brothers about the philosophy behind worship services at College Park.
When we “marvel,” we are beholding something with wonder and awe. Our hope is that as we study Jesus’s works, character, and teaching, we too will marvel at the love of our Savior.
In this four-part series, we explore the foundation, design, intimacy, and grace that God intended for marriage.
Prior to this summer, have I been intentional? Have I made the effort to minister to people like I have here in Brookside? For the most part, the answer is no.
College increases your exposure to brokenness in ways that are often deceitfully attractive. If you don’t intentionally find ways to fight your sin, you will find yourself becoming a person you do not recognize.
In this episode of Equip, Heather Nunn talks with Alex Anderson and Karesse Faull about the vision for Student Ministries at College Park.
On God’s own heart, with love in mind, he fashioned heavenly hosts, blue water, and land.