It isn’t all that helpful to say “we believe in biblical marriage” for marriage in the Bible is often representative of a very distant time and place. It is helpful to say that “we work for healthy marriages” for the Bible definitely values them.
One of the sad realities of American history is that many of those who fought for religious liberty also fought to deny other human beings their personal liberty.
Jesus freely brings God to us. We are free to bring Jesus to each other.
Abraham was a father. His prayers, found in the book of Genesis, give us insight into this high calling.
As our graduates head off to new adventures, we pray God’s provision as they become strangers in a strange land.
Pentecost is more than an amazing event that took place in Jerusalem long ago; it is also the promise of God’s presence that is fulfilled in very ordinary days of our lives.
In the early church there was hunger, but it was not due to the lack of food.
People trapped in addictions, as well as their families, long for the day they will “be in their right mind.”
In the midst of broken relationships, grace and healing abound.
The question asked of Jesus, “Where are you staying?”, is a central question for us all.