When is enough, enough? Are there some things in life that we should never give up on, things that matter not only to us, but to God. Luke 18:1-8
Status and privilege not only come with cultural expectation; they can also pull us away from matters of eternal importance. Luke 12:13-21
It’s great when it works in our favour, but it has a way of making us feel it’s “unfair” when it works against us. Matthew 20:16
Parables; they are the most popular teaching tool that Jesus used.
A tragic crime and a victim left to die as others pass by. All seems lost until one person, someone we would never expect, shows up and does the right thing. Luke 10:25-37
It’s likely the most popular parable Jesus told. Few stories grip us like this one about a wayward son, and a loving father.
Prayer is connection. Not only to our heavenly Father, but to the promises and hopes that He has for us. Luke 2:36-38
One of David’s great gifts, beyond his legacy as shepherd and King of Israel, is the words he has given us in talking to god in the darkest moments of our lives. Psalm 32
One of the biblical metrics of a healthy spiritual relationship with God is found in our expression of gratitude. Psalm 95:1-7
What will Heaven be like? What can we expect about our eternal home? Can Heaven live up to the hype, or is there a better reality from the pages of the Bible? Revelation 22:1-5
Beyond modern depictions of baby cherubs and fluffy clouds, Heaven is home to every promise God has ever made. Revelation 21:1-7
Something happens when we serve others. It not only benefits those being served, but God does something in us too. 1 Peter 4:10