Worries, broken relationships, illness, financial hardship, a pain from your past that never seems to go away. Yup, life can hurt. Right now I’m leading
Let’s be honest. Life can hurt. There are worries, disappointments, broken dreams, challenging relationships, health problems, pain. Max Lucado once said: “If hurts were hairs,
Psychologist Daniel Goleman describes our time as Age of Melancholy. He chronicles how depression, sadness, paralyzing listlessness, dejection, self-pity and overwhelming hopelessness plague more and
Human trafficking is modern slavery. It’s the nightmare that isn’t a dream. People think it’s a thing of the past, but it’s not; it’s a
When it comes to heaven and hell, who goes where, and who decides? How, those are huuuge questions! This podcast explores them in Part of the ‘Heaven & Hell’ series.
Unless you’re a robot, you’ve probably wondered what heaven is like. After all, all of us are one heartbeat away from death. Will we meet
The “war to end all wars?” Yeah, right. But, there is hope. This sermon outlines 4 ways the prince of peace brings peace through his people.
Slavery isn’t a thing of the past; it’s a thing of the present. Human trafficking is a nightmare that is not a dream–and it’s booming, even in North America. In this interview with a volunteer, we learn more about what’s going on, and what we can do.
“You don’t actually believe in God, do you?” “Why would you read the Bible?” “Why in the world do you go to church?” Have you
We just witnessed one of the biggest political upsets in American history. Trump defeated Clinton to become the next U.S. President. And it was nasty. Here are 4 things I learned.
Admiral James Stockdale was a prisoner of war for eight years during Vietnam. After those eight long years, author Jim Collins asked him how he
Sometimes the best learning happens when you don’t know you’re learning. This past weekend the church welcomed the Presbyterian Young People’s Society Winter Weekend. A
I’m guessing there’s someone in your life right now who needs you. The ‘how’ or ‘what’ of that need might be obvious—or it might be