Most of the time, we don't enjoy waiting. Waiting in traffic, waiting for deliveries, waiting to see all of your church friends in person!
In this series Hope Deferred, we are going to get to know people in the Bible who had to wait on God. It wasn't easy for them either. This week we are going to look at Moses, whose hope was deferred for 40 years!
He’s alive! There are a lot of extraordinary events that have happened in history but nothing quite like this. Jesus gets up after being dead for days and then shows himself to people. Some may have doubts about whether it even happened or are wondering what it all means. Easter was never intended to be a mystery but an invitation to a new life.
For most people, going on an adventure seems like something that only happens in movies. What makes adventures exciting are the unknown challenges and places that are yet to be discovered. Jesus leads His disciples on an uncharted course to a destination that they never expected, and He challenges us to do the same.
History bears witness to many different kinds of movements in our society. Most movements came about because of war, violence, and oppression. There’s another movement that did not begin with a sword or with the seeds of injustice, but it began with a Word from God. God wants to move in your life and in the life of His church. Join the Movement in 2020.
It seems like everywhere we look, we see darkness. We see it on the news, in our nation, in our communities and in our homes. How do we respond? To whom do we turn when it seems like darkness is everywhere? Isaiah 9:1-7 reminds us that God will not let us remain in darkness. God shines light into our darkness by sending Jesus Christ.
Today our cell phones give us access to more people than any other generation. One click of a button and you can connect with people all over the world through a number of social media platforms. You would think that people would never be lonely. The truth is we are more lonely than we have ever been. Why? We learn that God has a solution.