Welcome to the party. We are an odd lot in Jesus. Some people stink others are fragrant. We are loud. We are quiet. We are rich and poor. We're all hungry. Yet, is there room at the table and do I really fit in?
We continue our Lenten series looking at heaven, this world and Satan's world. As we accept these realities, we learn to live effectively in our gray world between the light of Christ's heaven and the darkness of Satan's realm.
The Lenten journey - and the journey of all of Scripture and every Christian - is a journey from darkness to light. Today we’ll look at how this is woven throughout the pages of God’s Word. directly to the salvation that God promises for the future.
Do you know what it’s like to be afraid, to be in danger; to be vulnerable and unsafe? What if the danger never passed? What if the sense of impending doom never went away? This is the reality for 2 billion people in this world who live in state of fear every day of their lives. The systems of justice in their reality are broken, corrupt or completely non-existent, and the bad guys don’t have to be afraid of going to jail. It is the work of IJM in partnership with the church is to be God’s...
Edward Sumner is the Director of Development at Real Escape from the Sex Trade (REST). Listen as he shares about REST is fighting sex trafficking, and where hope can be drawn from the story of Jesus and the Demoniac from Mark Chapter 5.
We celebrate hope as Christians and yet most of us have experienced our hopes being dashed and even suffocating hopelessness. How can we live in real, practical hope with such disappointment and suffering?
Is Solomon the fulfillment of God's promise? No he is a a conflicted person and sets the stage for the divided kingdom and idolatry. Jesus, as the true son of David, stands in CONTRAST to Solomon as the one who will effect an eternal kingdom.