Just outside of Jerusalem, Jesus performed a miracle that changed a man’s life forever. For 38 years, this man was unable to walk. But when Jesus said, “Get up,” the man was healed. However, it’s what Jesus said next that made this miracle a clear sign of who Jesus really was.
I’m easy to keep up with, but I’m difficult to catch up with. Keep up or you’ll be playing catch up. Keep up with me and I’ll keep up with you.
Money Talks, Part 1: I Mean Well If our money could talk what would it tell us? You might be shocked to find that what our money would say is pretty close to what Jesus did say – and what we should still consider today.
We often wonder what it will cost us to follow Jesus. We may even ask, “Is it really worth it?” What will it cost us at work, in our relationships, in our finances? But what if Jesus wants more for us if we will just trust him and go “all-in”? This can sound intimidating, but…
We all have a picture of who we think God is. These pictures and beliefs have been shaped by things we have learned and experienced along the way. But what if you have been given an inaccurate picture of who God really is?
Christmas is the “ready or not…believe it or not, here I come” holiday. And God is coming for you, because he’s for you. Belief is how we move in his direction. He has already moved in ours.
There is an unsettling solution for just about everything, and we can sum it up in one word. Grace. It’s the undeserved, unearned, unearnable favor that Jesus came to offer us. So why wouldn’t we want Christianity to be true? And where should you start if it’s a word that was never part of the…
In WILD GOOSE CHASE, Pastor Micah Foster talks about God’s design on our lives for more. We feel it. We know it’s there. We just misapply our search for more in the wrong places. In this message, you’ll be challenged to find the kind of MORE you were designed for.
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In this teaching, we take a look at how wolves act according to their place in a pack and we are reminded that as sons and daughters of the King, our actions should reflect our identity.