Does it matter to God how we think of our Sunday worship? Is he even there? Do we have to somehow reach a point where he shows up?
I saw the beauty of the gospel for the first time; and all these years later, I still recall that as my entry, by grace, into the family of God.
I just want the people to see the beauty in God’s creation as I interpret it through my own eyes. The more I grow as a believer, the more I understand that I have a responsibility to tell stories. I want people to see my work and see that God’s greater work is glorious.
In January 2019, Pastor Mark challenged us to come to God with our desperate prayer. So, we wrote “adoption” on a sticky note and stuck it to one of the white doors that was placed in the Sanctuary.
For many in the church, the topic of church elders can seem ambiguous. So, what are elders and why are they important?
Let’s start or renew habits in our prayer life that have fallen off a bit. There’s no better manifestation of our faith than prayer. It is our breath; it is our life-sustaining communication with the Almighty.
God is present and active—in computer failures, accidents, internet outages, and prolonged illness. There is purpose in all of it! There is grace in all of it.
There are some great reasons to join a Small Group. But today, let’s look at six bad, but common, reasons to join a Small Group.
Christian rap and hip-hop have played a large role in my life. In particular, these ten songs have been incredibly impactful.
Our resolutions often last a month or two, and then quickly wain. Is there a way to pursue Christian new year’s resolutions? Thankfully, yes.
We’re starting the year with a three-week series on the mission & values of College Park Church. Be encouraged and challenged as we discuss how our church is uniquely called to glorify God’s name in our congregation, in Indianapolis, and across the world.
In my past two decades as a pastor, I’ve witnessed many changes in our church and nation. As we anticipate what’s to come, I want to encourage you with five biblical truths.
As 2019 comes to a close, we’re sharing your favorite content from the year.
I want you to know how to pray for missionaries during the holidays, because the holidays, for missionaries, can be very difficult.
I need to calm my heart and spirit in order to be still, to be quiet, and to listen. Without that, it’s awfully hard to receive the joy, delight, teaching, discipline, and leading of God.
It ministers to my heart to hear little voices proclaim big truths! Out of the mouths of babes, my heart is reset. First, by reminding me to keep Christmas simple.
I knew that the Lord of Lords and the King of Kings had been present there that night, represented in the sacrament of Communion.