If there is one thing everyone seems to desire it is peace. Yet, our world seems to always be in conflict. Is there a way for us to find peace in our own life?
As we enter the Christmas season this year, we will be focusing on Jesus, and how His first advent brought us glory, peace, love, and so much more.
Thankfulness doesn’t come naturally to most of us, we have to work at being sincerely thankful. This week we wrap up our look at thankfulness. The final element of what we need to cultivate in order to be truly thankful is a constancy, a consistency, in seeking the Lord and telling all who will listen…
While being thankful is certainly an opportunity to be verbal, it is also essential that we be active! In this week’s message we look at why using wha we have been given is a critical element of our thnaksgiving.
Thankfulness is an attitude that anyone who professes to be a Christian should show to the world, all the time. However, to be truly thankful, thinking is required!
This last message in our series, What Does God Look Like? is perhaps the most challenging. We have cheapened the word love by overusing it, misusing it, and misunderstanding it so that when we say that, “God is love” we have a clouded view of what that means.