In the midst of chaos, Jesus provides refuge. As we take refuge in him, we come to know and experience the love he has for us, and this is the foundation for our stability in the midst of this chaos.
In unprecedented times, it's natural to think there's no roadmap for us. However, the Bible speaks often to the experience of chaos. Listening to the voice of biblical authors helps us attune to reali...Show More
Sometimes you need to zoom out to see the big picture to grasp where you are in life. In today's sermon, we look at the different ways people understand Revelation in order to be more informed as well...Show More
As Revelation rushes to the end, we pause for a moment to be encouraged by the reign of Jesus. Although Satan, sin, and death seem to be making their mark on the world, Revelation refocuses us on Jesu...Show More
There's no doubt that evil is present in our world. As those who follow Christ, we also can have confidence that Jesus will return to end the tyranny of evil. Though we don't see it now, victory is co...Show More
Seduction, debauchery, and drunkenness aren't ways we normally think of the culture we live in; however, Revelation wakes us up to see things as they really are. God also calls His people to be in the...Show More
Pride should not be the posture of the Christian in the current conversations on race. Scripture not only tells us to walk in humility, but it also gives us some reasons to be humbled.
Text: Ephesian...Show More
The word justice is thrown around by so many people with such impassioned cries that we can often forget to define it. Yet, if Christians are called to do justice, then we must let the Bible inform ho...Show More
As we continue our justice and mercy series, we must not pass too quickly past who God is as well as how the church should work through difficult topics. May we pursue justice and mercy like Jesus.
Today starts a new series helping us process how Christians should engage in the conversations around justice and how we should do mercy in our world. As with all aspects of life, God's character must...Show More