Posts tagged “Church Family”
How Can I Be More Loving?
Where is one of the greatest places to grow in love? Pastor Mike’s answer may surprise you.
You get the gold
In 2018, for the first time in 20 years, the U.S. women’s hockey team earned a gold medal. Now, I’m a sap for just…
Laugh a little
Life can be so serious. There’s a lot of important stuff going on, important things we need to be doing, and important matters we…
Two tips for church
If you’re part of a local gathering of Christians, how could you make your church even better? Paul encourages growth when he writes, “Brothers…
Choose your own adventure with God this summer
If your Bible reading has sloughed a little these last weeks (er, months), Haggai is the perfect book to get you back into it….
Known and loved
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. A guy in a suit and tie walks into a bar; everyone in the place turns…
Who Can I Turn to for Help?
How many people would it take to give you the help that you need? Pastor Caleb encourages you not to lose sight of the fact that, regardless of the number, there are people who are meant to be around you. This week, Pastor Caleb helps us get ready for Easter by reflecting on Easter’s effects on our lives.
A place for lost sheep
Is there a place in your heart for lost sheep? They’ll return if we don’t give up on them, if reclaiming them is our…
What if My Husband Doesn’t Want to Be the Head?
The Bible calls the husband to be the head of the family just like Jesus. But when your husband doesn’t want to fulfill this duty, how can you help him become the man Jesus wants him to be? This week, Pastor Mike answers tough questions from viewers like you.
Swiss psychologist Carl Jung (1875–1961) made important contributions to the field of psychology. He laid a foundation for understanding different personality types by classifying…
Abuse: What Does God Say? To the Church
Statistically, whether we know it or not, all of us know and love someone who has been abused. And all of us know and love someone who has been abusive. So how can we be a blessing to both? How can we comfort, confront, and bring healing to our circle of influence? If you or someone you know is suffering from abuse, please go to timeofgrace.org/abuse to find more resources and information for getting help.
Abuse: What Does God Say? To the Abusive
What does God say to those who have hurt others? Can we, like Jesus, be full of both grace and truth to the abusive? Pastor Mike talks about how abusers can move forward—beyond God’s wrath—to a healing and hopeful relationship with God and the church. If you or someone you know is suffering from abuse, please go to timeofgrace.org/abuse to find more resources and information for getting help.