Christians are invited to bring all of our burdens to the foot of the cross- including the burden of grief. When we do, the cross responds in three powerful and transformative ways.
At first glance, Israel’s penchant for idol worship seems far removed from us today, both in time and concept. A closer look at the nature of idolatry, however, reveals just how much it is still a snare for us today, even within our own Christian faith.
As Christians we abide in the constant presence of God- how should that reality change us? Jacob’s own encounter with God in Genesis 28 gives us 4 things to consider.
The attitude with which we bring our appeal of the Gospel is crucial for its effectiveness. In 1 Thessalonians 2, Paul presents three attitudes for us to consider as we share Jesus with others.
Without the willingness to save, what good is might? As the end goal of His power and might, God’s mission of rescue to us is what truly separates Him from the powerless idols that so often pull us astray. We worship a God who is not just mighty, He is mighty to save!
We look at the early church and marvel at their zeal for evangelism. How could we ever be of the same spirit? But there is nothing they knew, believed, or did that is out of reach for us today. We can be evangelistic people, just like them.
Evangelism and Outreach Minister Greg Parks explores why we celebrate new life at Waterview church of Christ in a special AM class session. Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe on YouTube
The journey through grief is like the sea - overwhelming at times, deceptive in others, and difficult to navigate. In such a place, the Christian faith offers three steadfast anchors to give us hope.
Evangelism and Outreach Minister Greg Parks introduces us to the ministry opportunities at Waterview church of Christ in the AM class session.
Millennials can be a breath of fresh air and energy, or our worst critic often frustrating older members. Yet the church needs them as much as they need the church.