Galatians 4:6 says that because we are God’s children, we cry out “Abba! Father!” by the Holy Spirit. This Easter Sunday, we see what it means to cry out to God in “The Cry.”
For at least 1500 years, the church has prepared for the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection by observing a 40-day lent. Loosely based on Alicia Chole’s book, “Decrease” is a series based on the concept while promoting a new kind of fast.
Psalm 86:15 tells that the LORD is slow to anger and rich in love. This Valentine’s Day, Elizabeth Beauchamp shares with us on how God’s perfect love should affect our relationships with others.
2 Peter 1:8 says, “For if these qualities are yours and are increasing, they keep you from being ineffective or unfruitful in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.” As we move into 2016, let us reach, “Higher”.
A folk tale is a story originating in popular culture which is passed by word of mouth. Too often, we augment our faith with half-truth opinions from culture. Scripture is the clear authority for life.
At the start of a new year, stores review their inventory to assess where they are. As Christians, we need to do the same thing from time to time. “Pause” is about that very thing. At the beginning of this year, where are we as a church, parent, believer?