Who is God?
How can we know what God is like? He tells us in the Bible and shows us every day through the people and blessings around us. Even in our struggles, God reveals his love for us because he’s overflowing with grace and forgiveness, and he sent his Son, Jesus, for us!
I never thought I would be the guy to stare at children while they sleep. But I do. When I get home late from…
Watch the entire series from this past week as Pastor Dave looks at questions and objections that people have when it comes to Christianity.
Answering Skeptics: Why Does God Demand We Worship Him?
Is God so insecure that he needs our worship and praise? Is his love language affirmation and praise? To understand why God demands worship, you need to understand what worship is. This week, Pastor Dave looks at questions and objections that people have when it comes to Christianity.
Answering Skeptics: Isn’t Christianity Just a Crutch for the Weak?
Yes, Pastor Dave says, there is some truth to the adage that Christianty is for the weak. And there’s no shame in admitting that. This week, Pastor Dave looks at questions and objections that people have when it comes to Christianity.
What am I—chopped liver?
“Hey! I’m talking to you!” I wonder how many frustrated parents have burst out those words to a sullen teenager. Has that phrase ever…
Miracles are easy for God
In some ways, bringing water to arid Southern California is one of America’s greatest engineering achievements. Over the course of many decades, government entities…
Answering Skeptics: Don’t All Religions Lead to the Same God?
There are truths we can all come to on the basis of the natural knowledge of God. But those aren’t saving truths because there is only one saving truth. This week, Pastor Dave looks at questions and objections that people have when it comes to Christianity.
Jesus served time to free me
I think about time a lot at the beginning of a new year. How do I use time? How do I manage it? Or,…
A contrarian’s playbook
I’ve read that Jesus is the greatest contrarian in history. People see him going against the grain and doing the unexpected. On that basis,…
One of the unique terms that the Bible uses to describe the Holy Spirit is Paraclete, derived from a word in the Greek original…
From compost to kings
People from many nations call Antigua home. But they don’t all share the Antiguans’ love for salt fish and sous. When expats travel off-island,…
Christmas Hype: It’s All About Jesus
Do you fall into the comparison trap? One of the most natural things for the human heart is to forget about the actual life God has given us because we’re so interested in the life God has given others. John the Baptist didn’t fall for the comparison trap. Pastor Mike shows how we can also bypass it by remembering John’s key point of what matters most.