“For we do not preach ourselves, but Jesus Christ as Lord, and ourselves as your servants for Jesus’ sake.” (2 Corinthians 4:5)
Feeling like you’re in a desolate place with little direction, no provision, and few leaders? Let Jesus the compassionate Shepherd speak to your soul and meet your needs. Interested in how He does that? Check out today’s passage to see what the Lord has in store for you.
What happens to witness when the witness becomes a martyr? King Herod struck back against John the Baptist–and it seems like he won. But the Lord sustains our witness beyond our relationships, our tenures, and even beyond our lifetimes. Tune in to “The Challenge of Witness” (Mk. 6:14-29).
How does Jesus respond when unbelief goes viral in His hometown? He throws down the gauntlet for authentic faith! But for Jesus, throwing down the gauntlet means something more than one might think. And it involves His power, His methods, His character…and a wee bit of math. Tune in to what the Lord is saying…
The Biblical narrative takes place between the Garden of Eden (Gen. 2) and the Garden in the New Creation (Rev. 22:1-5). In between, believers in the Lord are called to be responsible stewards of God’s creation. Joel Johnson unpacks why Christianity needs Earth Day and why Earth Day needs Christianity.
Keeping hope alive in the midst of social distancing, quarantine, and viral outbreak can be daunting. We’ll explore four Scriptures that show us how hope shines brightly in the midst of chaos on Palm Sunday.
Highlight and click on the link to watch Pastor Myron’s sermon