There you have me—head spinning, overwhelmed by my circumstances. I share this because we all need the reminder; there is a better way to live.
What’s the first thing we will do in our new home? Buy new furniture? Likely! Watch our kiddo run around in the yard? Certainly! Start a Small Group? Yep!
Streaming service was pretty cool at first. It was nice staying home in comfy clothes in my favorite chair. But after four weeks, I wasn’t singing anymore.
I was elated by, yet terrified of, my new independence. If I could go back and talk to my insecure frightened self, here is what I would say.
The prayer method of “Praying the Bible” has helped my prayers to be more God-focused than self-focused; more engaging with time passing quickly.
The only way we can possibly struggle forward in life and ministry is by intentionally seeking out honest, enduring friendships.
Utilize this guide to help you seek the Lord—humbly, intentionally, and expectantly—throughout the College Park Church 30 Days of Prayer & Fasting.
Group prayer can be intimidating. You might fear embarrassing yourself by saying something silly. But sharing your heart in prayer can be very healing.
Prayer and fasting are an essential part of the Christian life. But can you get involved with College Park’s 30 Days of Prayer & Fasting?
The moments when I find myself facedown before the Lord are powerful. As I think back on those seasons, I’ve observed three grace-filled effects.
Everything was new for us: marriage, living together, a new state, new jobs, a new church. We knew that finding community was going to be important.
If I could, I’d tell my younger self: You are fearfully and wonderfully made. God didn’t say “oops” when he dished-out smarts or beauty. You are on purpose.
Dear younger me, I remember the day the doctor said to stop playing football due to the number of injuries I’d endured. I was crushed. My idol was gone.
As a college-bound student, I was confused, disappointed, lonely, and spiritually immature. Here are 7 things I would do differently when entering college.
During the height of the pandemic sequestering, my wife Cathy and I decided to join a Small Group. In searching for friends, we’ve found a community.
Amid troubling circumstances in Habakkuk’s day and ours, God speaks. I want to offer you three helpful and applicable insights to our present circumstances.