How do we make sense of Paul’s call to “not be anxious”? When anxiety fills us, it can be hard to simply be told “don’t be anxious.” Is there something more going on here?
Pastor Tim takes us to Psalms 79-81 to find hope in the dark times of life.
Risk can either invite fear or kick off your faith. When we choose faith, the reward is always worth it?
Join Melanie as we turn to our next three Psalms (43-45) and reflect on how they turn us towards our true hope on this Palm Sunday.
As we live as Christians, we face struggles and opposition. Shouldn’t life be easier? Should we find a way to make it easier?
Sometimes the deck appears to stacked and it’s hard to see how life will do anything but go from bad to worse. How do we have joy then?
As we think about joy in dark places, Paul turns to those who are actually preaching the Gospel with the aim of discrediting him. What do we do when people and circumstances seem to want to hurt us?
When things come crashing down and everything feels broken, how can we possibly think about “joy”? We turn to Paul’s letter to the Philippians to find out.
Anxiety can be crippling, but peace starts by believing that God is sound and in control. Sometimes we view anxiety as an identity and not an enemy. However, transformation happens when we say, “I put my trust in God, and I will not be afraid.”