Roots and Fruit: Give Generously
The apostle Paul was unashamed to say that being financially generous is a key to joy, blessing, and so much more. In the same way, many Christians have learned that it is more blessed to give than to receive!
Roots and Fruit: Grow Closer to Jesus
How does a person have any peace in a world where everything seems so uncertain? Grow! Although the Bible is a hard book to read, it produces knowledge to keep you secure in your faith until Jesus returns.
Roots and Fruit: Gather Together
The Sabbath Day commandment proves that knowing God as your Creator and Savior is one of our Father’s highest priorities for us. We gather each week to celebrate those timeless truths—God made us. God saved us. Those facts produce joy and peace deep in our hearts, “fruit” that feeds us throughout our week.
What Matters Most in Your Life?
Do you see the opportunities and gifts God’s given you? In this Bible series project, Pastor Jared looks at the life and lessons of the apostle Paul.
Roots and Fruit: Get a Group
When you personally know and are personally known in a spiritual community, you find your spiritual and physical needs being met.
Divorce and God
Whether you’re married, single, separated, or divorced, Pastor Mike’s series this week had something for all of us to consider when dealing with the difficult topic of divorce.
Divorce: Be Quick to Listen
Divorce is complex. So be quick to listen.
Why Does God Hate Divorce?
God doesn’t hate divorced people, but he hates divorce.
Divorce: What If I Don’t Feel Anything for Him?
When it feels like there is no love left in marriage, what do you do?
Is There Grace for Divorcees?
God so loved the world that he gave his only Son. And guess who’s in the world? Divorced people too.
Divorce: What the Bible Says
Where in the Bible do you go when you want answers about divorce? Pastor Mike digs into the grace and truth of God’s Word.
Out of Context: “Plans to Prosper You”
God has great plans for his people, but they don’t always involve a quick fix to all earthly problems. In the same way, God’s plan to prosper your spiritual life might not be the path you prayed for.