Each of the Gospels feature the slow rise of tension surrounding Jesus. Luke is no different, and in it are lessons for leading ourselves.
We are told by Paul to grow and overflow in God’s love. Sounds great! How do you do it? Here are three ways to grow & overflow in God’s love.
In chapters 7-9 of Luke, tension begins to rise. Jesus has drawn a line in the sand and is calling on those who follow him to make a choice.
Christmas is a season to remember and reflect on the miracles of God in your life. We need to remember these miracles to get us past the times when life isn’t easy.
Submission to Jesus is core to the Christian faith. Interestingly, while Jesus is all powerful, he doesn’t demand you to submit to him. He understands you may not be ready to submit. Jesus will give you space, but it doesn’t mean he will abandon you either.
America worships comfort. However the Apostles taught suffering should be expected, and in our suffering we should find joy. When we rejoice together in the midst of pain, we grow!
All of us have valleys of weeping, the kingdom of God is built on this pain redeemed. Your pain can become your pearl of great price!
Navigating childhood memories can be difficult. However, what a valley of weeping can be turned into a spring of refreshment. Here’s how!
The wilderness is sacred. It is holy because of what happens in us, and how God uses it to demonstrate his love toward his children.
There is a story of Jesus calming the storm. It’s not just Jesus in your boat. He wants to calm the storm for you and everyone in your boat.