Christmas brings blessed gifts that never wear out or become passé. Consider what each of the Christmas characters demonstrates in their lives.
Little things can make a big impact and the bible is full of examples to look at. This morning we will be reading about a slave girl, a boy with a sling, and a boy and his lunch who all made a big impact.
Jesus gently confronts the socially isolated woman at the well and challenges her to look beyond herself to the living satisfying, saving, Jesus as her truth.
God chooses to place his treasure in jars of clay so the glory will clearly be his.
This message will help you locate yourself in the account of the 10 lepers and hear it in a fresh way, building one’s commitment to prayer and trust.
Were you ever admonished “Don’t be a sheep?” When Jesus identified himself as Shepherd he described an occupation familiar to his hearers, challenging their relationship, and ours, with him.
Who does God bless and why? How can a person “position themselves” to receive God’s blessing?