Jesus often taught people to get their intentions right and their actions would follow. Except when it comes to money! In this case, he says, “Do first. Think Later.” Why?
Would it surprise you to know Jesus talked about the dangers of money 10 times more than he did the dangers of immorality? Tune in to find out more!
Money and possessions are something we touch and deal with every single day and all throughout the day. If Jesus talked about money more than anything else, then money matters to Jesus.
The ultimate and main way to handle the troubles of life with peace is not just through petitionary prayer, but through worship.
The book of the Bible called the Psalms shows us the reality of human emotions. Here’s a person filled with tears, struggling with doubts about God and about faith. That shouldn’t be in the Bible… right?
What has the Bible got to do with the raw emotions of life like sadness, fear and doubt? Isn’t it just full of rules and instruction? Aren’t Christians always supposed to be happy if God is in your life? In this new series we will see that a section of …
Should faith be part of the workplace? The reality is that Christians live among many underlying belief systems that impact the cultures we operate in. The question is then, does our faith affect the way we work?
Why can work feel frustrating, pointless or like it’s the distinguishing mark of our lives? If work is to be a good and wonderful thing, why do we encounter these problems? Does what you do define who you are?
In this new series, we’ll discover the meaning that is found when we connect our work to God’s. We spend more time working (whether employed or not) than with family and friends. Why is work such a vital part of living a fulfilling life? Why can it be …