Being passionate, not just committed is something that is not examined by each and every Christian. We can…
A courageous person is someone who isn’t shaken by circumstances, may experience fear but doesn’t live in it, and is secure and strong no matter what. Does this describe you?
God’s dream is to free us from the things we feel imprisoned by. He wants us to feel comforted, confident, and happy.
If you're feeling tired, like you can't do this anymore - always feeling terrible about yourself at church, trying to act a certain way but unfree from the accompanying turmoil inside - this podcast episode, as well as the subsequent ones that will follow, are about helping you get out of that situation.
What would it be like if you weren't bitter? Would you be positive and hopeful, more pleasant to be around? What hurts, regrets, or disappointments have you been unable to move past?
We have an important choice to make every day, and that choice is whether we will choose God, or choose humanism and self-reliance to help us handle the demands and responsibilities of life.
The self-conscious consumption with status, talent, and rank blinds us from seeing the possibilities of God. This study will help you develop a faith that compels us to “Reach Up” and take hold of God’s power to help us break through any barriers that stand in the way of God moving through our lives.
Has Christianity slipped in the public conscious because of God being less attractive? Or is it because we…
There is no greater example of this in the Bible than that of King Josiah. Prior to Josiah, the kings of Judah and Israel had been living incredibly sinful and godless lives. In doing so, the whole nation was led astray. But all of this changed when the 26-year-old king decided to leave the human mindset behind and embrace a God mindset, starting with his desire and decision to rebuild God’s temple.
Russ Ewell, Nick Straw and Ray Kim sit down to discuss how the key to turning our emotion into action is trusting God and allowing God to know us more deeply and intimately through the hard things in life, which produces transformative change in us through the process.
We are living in a time of deep need for our own version of a Public Theologian, but with a more spiritual emphasis. I call these new 21st century thinkers Spiritual Theologians.
Believing in the “Spirituality of Jesus” in this way leads to believing he is intimately guiding our lives. Spirituality becomes a way of life.