One way we learn how to share the truth with others is to observe the methods employed by first century messengers. Today, we study Paul’s approach to an unbelieving audience in ancient Athens, some of whom became believers.
Truth, our theme for the month of March, is the most powerful force in the world. From what does Jesus promise to free us if we believe and obey the truth?
We are blessed by our weekly opportunities for worship far more than we realize. While worship is intended to honor and glorify Him, God has so designed worship for our benefit as well.
As our Father, God would not place us in this life without a guide, an owner’s manual. How does He lead us from birth to eternal life with Him?
We continue our January series of studies on God, our Father. Tonight, we look at ways God lifts (exalts) us if we remember and follow the wisdom of this text in Scripture.
As our elders announced last week, each month of 2018 will feature a different Biblical study theme. We begin with God, our gracious Heavenly Father. How can we know that He lives?
The first recorded words of Jesus come from this touching story of the Lord at age twelve. What we see in this snapshot is a lesson we must all learn, regardless of our age.
We think of all the lessons we learn from Jesus, but here is a story of faith Jesus learned from an unexpected source.
This is the title of a new song recently taught in chapel that is captivating and compelling. It begs for an answer to the question, who or what do you have if you don’t have Jesus?