Glenn Packiam reminds us there is one aspect of worship that transcends music or preaching: the feasting table.
"Letting go of control and trusting Jesus is the core of the Christian life—every day, every hour, every moment, of every day."
Ed Stetzer: "It’s not politics that unite all evangelicals; it’s the gospel."
"It’s a small change that yields amazing results. Over the next seven days, try it and see what happens."
"Because of God’s selfless love for us, each of us can make this declaration of freedom: 'I am loved.'"
“We grieved. We sang out our holy defiance—'we will overcome this trial we’re facing; we will somehow rise again.'”
"Everything we need for a clear vision of our big God has been given to us in the Bible."
Hiddenness is one of the fundamental characteristics of the gospel, because God reveals himself only to those who seek him.
So many people live half-hearted lives; the story of Caleb encourages us to live fully for God.
There are many things that threaten to divide us, but we are united in the blood of Christ.