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Today there are multiple, urgent calls for justice, for systemic change—even for revolution! As Christians, we want to know how to think biblically about these important issues. According to Micah 6:8, God requires that we “do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly”. What do each of these three concepts involve, how can we apply them…
Whether it’s a minor squabble between your children, or a major tragedy such as a fatal shooting, there’s a need to bring justice to our world—but how? Christians care deeply about issues of injustice and oppression, but get confused about how to be involved.
We often hear discussions of “social justice” combined with calls for equality, diversity, and inclusion. Christians care deeply about issues of justice—and we want to be involved…
Too many of us walk through life without any clear idea of what we were put here to do. We just kind of make it up as we go along, all the while sensing that we are missing something. We’re busy on the outside but feel barren on the inside.
What if you could discover what God has created you to do? Pastor Doug dives into scripture to help us find out!
Too often, we wander aimlessly through life. But if we want to experience transformation, purpose, and peace, we need a plan. Through Paul’s message to the Thessalonians, we find God’s help in setting priorities to accomplish our shared goals as followers of Jesus Christ.
If we are to flourish in God’s Kingdom, there are three areas that we need to focus our attention as Christ’s followers: (1) our work, (2) our priorities, and (3) our service. In this three-week series, we’ll give attention to these areas using God’s Word as our guide.
What does the Bible say about being single? Using the Bible, we will discover six principles singles can apply to their lives right now, no matter what their particular needs may be.
This week, we conclude our series examining God’s blueprint for marriage found in Genesis 2:24-25 with the Promise of Purity. Husbands and wives promise each other, “I commit to loving you with the purity of Jesus Christ.” The principle is simple: (1) Wherever sin lives, intimacy dies. (2) Wherever purity lives, intimacy grows! Hear why trust, selflessness, and fidelity are foundational to an intimate, flourishing marriage.
To live out God’s design for the home, husbands and wives need to promise each other, “You are my covenant partner in Christ.” Explore the Biblical role of husbands and wives which create a flourishing, harmonious partnership.
In this series examining God’s blueprint for marriage found in Genesis 2:24-25, we started with the Promise of Priority. This week, we dig into the Promise of Pursuit which declares to our spouse: “I will pursue you always.” Just because we are married does not mean that the pursuit is off. It has just begun! Let’s find out what this pursuit looks like.