The New Testament words for communicating are not what you might expect. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
How do we find our way through this technology-driven world and actually connect with others? What do Christians need to do to be connected with those around us in a way that can bless and encourage them?
Conflicts abound at every stage of life and in most every circumstance in life. What can we do? How do we not just cope but overcome all of this conflict? Fortunately, the Bible is full of conflicts and therefore full of solutions!
How do conflicts arise and what can we do about them? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Marriage is difficult but there are a lot of biblical principles that can help us thrive through the difficult times. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for thought-provoking ways to inject more life and love into the long haul.
Communication in its highest form is often looked at as the deep connection between two souls that barely needs words… In the Bible it’s different. It focuses on the expressiveness between us in relation to the cause of Christianity itself. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast with the same name.
Lying. Okay, we know it’s bad but is it really always a bad thing? From a parent’s perspective, it is one of those things that is perched at the top of the “never do this” list of moral and ethical behavior. With children, the boundaries are clear and easy to define, because as we show them the difference between honesty and dishonesty, we reinforce what it means to take the high road, to be trustworthy and to be an honest and dependable friend. But what about the myriad of circumstances that arise as we become adults and begin to live in a world that is not awash in a bold contrast of right versus wrong but instead is overwhelmed with delicate shades of grey – with value judgments, personal rights and the fine line of being offensive? Are “little white lies” always wrong? What about only telling part of the truth – does that constitute a lie as well? Can lying ever be good?
A few weeks ago, we began to talk about how God communicates to us in our day. We began by looking at the biblical history of God and humanity and really spent most of our time talking about how He does NOT communicate with us now. This week we will focus on what we believe to be the provable and scriptural ways in which God Almighty DOES communicate to us as His Christian children here in the 21st century.