Difficult situations or relational tension can be used by God to help us fulfill our calling.
God invites us to respect authority in a counter-cultural way.
Paul speaks to the Jewish people to help them understand that God loves all people (even the Gentiles).
Resurrection Day: He Is Risen!
Despair: Jesus is tortured and crucified.
Confusion: Holy Thursday brings the last supper and Jesus in the garden waiting arrest.
On Palm Sunday, Jesus entered Jerusalem on a donkey and took leadership of the temple. In the days that followed, events took place that were disorienting. The universe would never be the same.
Jesus heals Eutychus after he fell from a third story window. How do we respond when God asks us to do something that is outside our comfort zone?
Brad Hudson helps us understand the value of the Holy Spirit and how are lives are different when the Holy Spirit fills us.
Our guest, Kurt Attaway from the Pearland Vineyard, preaches on Apollos, a man who did not experience Jesus first hand but still taught about Him with zeal.
When we meet a person who thinks differently than we do, the best response we can have is to listen.
Paul shows us an exceptional example of how to bring the gospel to a community.
Sometimes God uses our seemly bad circumstances to work in other people's lives.
Discover the lies that keep us from forgiving ourselves and others, and learn how to take the next step toward forgiving.
The birth of Jesus brought within it a tangible hope for all.
Relationships can end in painful ways; God uses our suffering and wounds to bring maturity.
What if we learned to listen to others and respond in love, even when we disagree.
Paul and Barnabas strengthened believers: that was their job. It is our job too, and one of the most important roles of a church community.
Paul and Barnabas are busy spreading the gospel. As before, they are met with listeners who don't agree with them.
The rift between the Jews and the Gentiles starts here. Adam Greenwell gives a crash course on the Metanarrative (the overall story) of the Bible and how the division of the Jews and the new Christians still has implications today.