We begin a series of studying the Bible so that we can understand God’s story, find our place in it, and be able to articulate and live it out.
As we look at PaulÈs letter to the Ephesians, we learn that GodÈs intention for His people always meant living out the Gospel together, as family.
s RH prepared for Seek Week and our 15th year of ministry together, we looked at the book of Ezra to be reminded of the foundation that we continue to build upon.
With the cross in view, Jesus models suffering through prayer, anguish, and communion with God.
When Jesus encounters at a point in His ministry, He is able to, in a few short sentences, shows the flaw in their whole religious system.
How many times have we experience the Son of God in close proximity and not even realized it?
Are our hearts the type of hearts that can receive God’s Word and allow it to grow?
Mark begins his biography of JesusÈ life by telling us that God is up to something new in the world.
If faith and trust are central to Christianity, than things like doubt can begin to threaten what we believe.