Take a fresh look at the famous story of Daniel and the lions' den as we'll learn important life lessons on how to respond to persecutions with our living God by our side.
Sermon Tag: Prayer
There are times when you find yourself faced with two not so great options without realizing that sometimes there's an "Option C". The prophet Daniel and his friends are going to help us turn to God when it seems like there's no logical way out.
People need people. It's a universal truth. And it's especially true that we need each other because sometimes we can't see what God is doing in our lives without the help of our fellow Christians.
Every human being has to wrestle with the question, "Who is the Lord of my life?" In this message we explore an epic contest that proved once and for all who the LORD truly is.
Sometimes in our struggles we know we should pray but we don't know exactly what to pray. That's when the Holy Spirit steps in and He prays for us. That's what we're learning about this Sunday.
Political elections are always contentious and the media often adds fuel to the fire, but thankfully our King Jesus and his disciples give us a better way!
It doesn't matter if you're extraverted, introverted or somewhere in between we all need each other. In fact, we can't truly win at life without the support of godly people. That's why God teaches us that life is better together.
Times are tough and we need practical and spiritual ways to deal with them. To help us do that, King David is going to teach us a powerful way to speak to God through prayer in Psalm 12.
You may have noticed that words matter. One comment has the power to build you up or tear you down. The things you say to others have the power to bring life or death. Words matter and God our Father calls us to use them wisely.
The devil is always looking for ways to divide us, whereas God's desire is to unite us. One way to keep the unity is to intentionally thank God for each other through prayer asking that the Holy Spirit fill us with his good gifts.