There are few characteristics that are more often referred to in a description of God than the word “faithfulness.” As a result, it is predictable that such a characteristic ought to mark the lives of Christ-followers. Why is it important, and how are we doing? Reading: Matthew 25:14-23.
Mark Twain said, “Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” As Christians, we are called to speak this language in increasing measure and in so doing, to reflect our kind God. Join us Sunday as we explore how God’s kindness gives us a pattern to follow this week. Reading: Ephesians 2:1-10.
The Apostle Paul provides a simple but profound message to the Galatians: Don’t be a slave to the law or a slave to sin; instead, live in the Spirit. The message is still good today.
When might being discontent be a good thing? Reading: Philippians 3:7-14.
The 4th Sunday of Advent. Reading: Luke 2:8-15.