Feed My Sheep | 04-27
Last week we celebrated Easter as Jesus rose from the grave. He didn't waste the little time he had here before he ascended into heaven. Jesus used that time to challenge Peter in such a way that literally changed his life. Now, some 2,000 years later, that same challenge will change our lives…if we'll let it. It even has the promise to change the world around us.
Over the next two weeks, we encourage you to hear His challenge and "feed His sheep."
Easter Sunday | The 3rd Day | 04-20
On the third day when Mary and some of the disciples walked to the tomb, a myriad of emotions came with them, including sadness and fear. Once they reached the tomb, all the emotions gave way to confusion–it was empty! Where could they have taken His body? The confusion finally ended when Jesus appeared to them. The tears of sadness turned to tears of joy. They could say, as we hope all of us can, "He is risen! He is risen, indeed!"
Grace Anatomy | Mansion | 04-06
When God decided to shower us with His grace, it wasn't just for a specified period of time. It was a promise to last forever! If He’s giving us His grace forever, that mean’s He’s going to be with us forever. If He’s going to be with us forever, that also means we will be with Him forever! Listen today as we explore the part of grace that sticks with us for the long haul.
Grace Anatomy | Basin | 03-30
Everyone wants to leave a mark. Something deep inside us wants to make the world we live in a better place. We want to make it different. But how? Learn today how everyone everywhere has that opportunity. It’s one of the amazing things about grace.
Grace Anatomy | Gate | 03-23
Isn’t it truly amazing when someone provides for you? It shows their heart, their true colors. The heart of God shows it’s true colors as He graciously provides for us. He is the Shepherd; we are the sheep. Bottom line: sheep need a shepherd. Today we look at how and what Jesus provides, and in the process see what a Good Shepherd really looks like.
Grace Anatomy | Eye | 03-16
Our lives are full of instances where God intervenes and where the grace of God is undeniable. Those divine interventions become the greatest tool we have to talk about our faith. Given our limited insight into how life works, we often lean on hindsight to see His work. But when we recognize it, it becomes our story . Today we marvel at the grace and power Jesus demonstrates to a most unlikely recipient. And that ultimately became his story.