The story of a woman doing wrong is the heart of today’s teaching. And the reply of which Jesus offers holds the merit. Has there ever been a time in your life when you passed judgement on someone’s actions but when it later came to your wrongdoing, you justified it by what you “meant” to do? We all make mistakes. But what’s the best way to respond to those of others?
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The “rollercoaster” of staying healthy can be a difficult one to navigate. But the same can be true for offering love the way that God does. In fact, looking closer at this parallel could offer change to your life both spiritually and physically, forever. And today, guest speaker Eric Hall presents on this exactly.
Recently we’ve watched our country —states, counties, communities, even neighbors—divide into many factions. In a globally confrontational time for us all, it’s never been more important to unite. Not for ourselves but for each other. And because ultimately, we are called to.
What if this year we made it our goal to be more patient and be kinder to others? To those we disagree with. To those we may consider our “enemies”? What if that was the *only* request that Jesus extended to us this year?
The beginning of something new can be truly exciting. And considering the trials of this past year, it’s likely we’ll come flying out of the gates in 2021. But often, we start a new venture with much more energy than we finish with—it’s challenging to continue at the same pace! Maybe still, we can approach this next season as one to maintain a healthy endurance, to continue striving for safety, growth and betterment for all – the way Jesus showed us long ago.
If you’re ready step-up in your walk with God, why not start with the fundamentals of spiritual growth? The methods God uses to get our attention or form us into the person we’re meant to be are most often difficult to navigate. So, today we talk about the tools that God uses to help influence our spiritual character.
Could this be a season of opportunity in spite of all the obstacles? Because change is inevitable, but growth is optional. What intentions are you taking to be open toward what God has for us in this new season of life?
We talk quite often about Jesus’ birth, death and resurrection, but what about who Jesus is intrinsically—as Godhead three in one? Today, Pastor Kevin from our Medina Campus unpacks the nature of who Jesus is and how the things he did while he walked this earth can impact us in a very real way, even today.
Taking a deep-dive into the story of Exodus, Pastor Brian helps us understand God’s teaching on “change.” In what way can we view this “disruption” from the expected? Maybe God’s calling is in the midst.
Wisdom won’t lead to a problem-free life but it can free us from many problems. And while wisdom itself can be somewhat difficult to understand, the scripture provides so many ways to gain it. Join Pastor Rick as he walks us through seven examples of wisdom outlined in Proverbs.