Implement age appropriate safeguards and accountability regarding technology....Keep Reading
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Throughout history the people of God have been delivered from the desert, literally and figuratively. Through Christ, the Bread of Life, God feeds the hungry soul. He provides Living Water to those “in a dry and weary land” (Psalm 63:1). He replaces the dry sand of sin with the refreshing waters of baptism. ...
In the Psalms, we not only find the inspired Word of God to his people, but we find the inspired Word of God from his people back to Him. The Psalms are God’s collection of worship songs and prayers given to us to know how to approach Him in referent, exuberant, theologically sound, and emotionally charged praise. In the Psalms, God has written songs for his Church to sing....
In the Living Hope Church Check-Up report presented by Pastor Paul yesterday, we found that one of Living Hope's weak areas is Compassion and Outreach to those who do not yet know Jesus. We would like to share a tangible way that you can be a part of helping those who are in need in our community....
Reduce the amount of your daily “mindless” screen time and replace it with activities that encourage relationship and creativity....Keep Reading
I wrote this spoken word titled “Broken” after spending some time fasting during the season of Lent. I have been reading through a book where the author describes sin as a “brokenness” that needs to be repaired. I pray that this form of art would stir your affections for Christ!...Keep Reading
Read Ephesians 1:15-23 Last week Scott Barney brought us through Ephesians 1:11-14. Scott said that 'we have a vision problem.' This is so true, even as believers in Christ who are sovereignly chosen to be adopted into his family, we often don't see God correctlyand therefore don't see ourselves correctly. In our passage for this week, Paul addresses this vision problem ...Keep Reading
Read: Ephesians 1:11-14 There is something very special about being chosen. I remember being chosen to serve on a class council in high school or being chosen to play on a college soccer team. These are good memories but they pale in comparison to being chosen to be part of the family of God. Which is something I have done nothing to deserve! Ephesians 1 tells us God in ...Keep Reading
The Christian life is one of continually remembering the gospel....Keep Reading