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Teach your kids how to be happily married
I do not have good news. The perception of the value of marriage is on the decline in our country. Even when they weary…
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.
A God of unlimited resources
Every Christian pastor knows of the growing plague of young people just moving in with each other without the benefit of marriage. We’ve heard…
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?
Choose to be patient
One of the reasons marriages fall apart is seeing too much of one’s spouse. Seriously! When you’re dating, you see the other person only…
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.
Sacrifices for the truth
We all like to be comfortable. As the saying goes, nobody wants change except for a baby with a wet diaper. Even if we…
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: “More Than You Can Handle”
The Bible does not talk about God not allowing you to be tempted “beyond what you can bear.” Make sure to read the context! The apostle Paul wrote those words as a warning not to rely on our own spiritual strength and a comfort to rely on the God who can sustain us in all kinds of temptation.