In today’s sermon, I talked about the importance of identifying the idols of your heart. If you want to understand the idols of your heart, prayerfully ask these questions: What am I living for? What are my hopes and dreams? What do I wake up and go to sleep thinking about? Where does my mindContinue reading “A Few Questions To Identify Your Idols”
Have you ever struggled with laziness? Find out how you can overcome it in Christ.
“Don’t let anyone think less of you because you are young. Be an example to all believers in what you say, in the way you live, in your love, your faith, and your purity.”
We all desire to live in peace from the plights of this world. We don’t want to be interrupted from anything, but life keeps us constantly busy and troubled. We always bump into someone or something that keeps our hearts feel restless.
For the last several weeks, I’ve been reminding our youth group students about the purpose of Christian life, which is “to represent Jesus Christ through all that we do.”
We all desire for status. No one wants to be ignored or forgotten.
When I was in middle school, my father forced me to give up dinner for the whole season of Lent to participate in the suffering of Christ. That was forty days of no dinner!
Life consists of a series of decisions we make. Out of these decisions, understanding and following God’s unique calling for us is probably the most important and arduous one.
I don’t like to make political remarks. But seeing riots and protests around the country, I feel obligated to respond to the situation as a pastor.
Ellie’s friend, Joshua never said a word since Pre-K. Although two years went by and he passed the age to utter his first words, he had not spoken a word in school. But a miracle happened a couple of days ago– Joshua spoke for the first time…