Our text for today is Matthew 7:12. Many people know it as The Golden Rule. The focus today is not so much about what this verse means, it's more about how we can apply this principle to our daily lives.
Igniting the spark of understanding is very important in today’s world. We live in a confused world, a world where there is so much judgment, much of which is unjust. Come with us as we explore why we have no right to pass judgement on others.
Today we are beginning a new series entitled "It Only Takes A Spark” Over the next 5 weeks we'll talk about five ways we can create the kind of spark that will warm the hearts, so to speak, of those around us.
This is the final Message in our series “The Business of Living.” This series has been about stewardship in all areas of our lives. This last message is the most important one as we look at the fundamentals of our relationship with God.
We look at some very practical advice from the Bible that will help us in managing our finances. What does the Bible have to say about budgeting, saving for the future, putting God first, avoiding debt and will money make me happy.
Today we will look at what God has to say to us about our jobs. Does your job provide for your needs. Does your Job give you opportunity to do good. Does your job give you a sense of fulfillment.
Today in our series The Business of Living, we will look at message 2. We will discover three key commitments when it comes to the people in our lives. 1. A Commitment to Loyalty 2. A commitment to Listen 3. A Commitment to Love
This is the first message in our series “The Business Of Living” Today we learn from the Scriptures about how to live our lives in a way that has significance today and for years to come.
We will tackle a few questions as we examine God's Amazing Grace! Is God's Grace still sufficient even when life's storm clouds role in? We will look at Paul's journey from 2 Corinthians 12:1-10 and how God's Grace sustained him throughout his life
This is the final message in our series Hanging Tough Through Tough Times. Today we will look at 1 Peter 1:3-9 to discover ways to view and cope when our problems have no solutions.