Messages on Spiritual Growth
Proverbs 4:10-11, 25-27 Life is full of decisions and in reality, our lives are nothing more than the sum total of our decisions to date. For the wise, each decision is either a future blessing or a future regret.
Our decisions in life determine the pathways we traverse. Though we treat life as having many pathways, the Bible only sees two, the right one and the wrong one. Psalm 1
It is a common rebuttal for arguments claiming the authority of the Bible. Though the rebuttal is partially true, it doesn’t tell the whole story. 2 Timothy 3:10-17; 2 Peter 1:16-21
As a new year begins there is a time for reflecting but also a time of looking ahead to new challenges and opportunities. In this message, we introduce you to one powerful question that can serve as a filter for every decision you make in this new year – a question that will shape your life for the better. Hebrews 12:25-29
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
Parables; they are the most popular teaching tool that Jesus used.
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
Teachers are one of life’s most valuable resources. We all have been impacted by a biblical teacher who passionately poured into our lives and helped us to grow. Matthew 7:28-29
We never drift in a good direction. To get to a place we need to go takes discipline. 1 Timothy 4:7-8
God’s plans can never be thwarted. We may resist or even put up roadblocks, but God has a way of bringing about his purpose for our lives. Exodus 4:13-17