For some strange reason, many Christians today are known for their judgment more than for their love. This is almost criminal, as Jesus said that the defining hallmark of his followers should be love. Why is that? And what’s stopping Christians and the church from changing?
Almost everyone is comfortable with the idea of heaven. But few people—including Christians—are comfortable with the idea of hell. Why, after all, would a loving God send people to hell? We’ll explore that subject and what it says about the character and heart of God...and what it says about you.
Did everything start 6000 years ago, or 13 billion years ago? With so much debate swirling around creation and evolution, how do you know what to believe? We’ll look at who’s right, who’s wrong and the limits of the debate.
Most people would agree that Jesus is a good moral teacher. But do we seriously have to believe that he rose from the dead? That’s he’s God? Is there any convincing evidence that Jesus rose from the dead? Actually, there’s more than you think.
It sounds so strange. God loved us so he sent his son to die for us. Really? Why did Jesus have to die. And why did anyone have to die for us? Are things really that bad? What does Jesus’ death say about God’s character?
It’s pretty widely believed in our culture that there are many equally valid paths to God. To each his own. But Christianity makes a radical claim: that Jesus is the only way to God. Isn’t that far too exclusive? What about different cultures and different beliefs?
Can you really trust a book that was written thousands of years ago by multiple authors? And even if it was helpful then, does the bible still have relevance now? The answers to this age old question may surprise you.
Do you have a unique contribution to make? You likely do. But what is it? Part of that is finding out what you’re best at. We’ll show you three questions that can help you identify what you’re uniquely equipped and maybe even called by God to do.
Is work life-balance possible? Maybe. But what if that’s not the best way to live? We’ll see how the most effective people rarely shoot for balance. They shoot for something radically different. And if you do it could change so much in your work, your family and your life.
Accomplishment itself isn’t always enough. In fact, most people experience some kind of let down after they accomplish a even an astounding goal. Even astounding accomplishment can leave us with an unsettling feeling that there’s something more. What is it? When you discover it, it changes everything cover it, it reprograms your life.
So many people are frustrated with the lack of progress they make in life. It’s especially confusing since so many of us feel like we’re so busy. How can you have that much activity and yet have so little productivity? We’ll look at some practical, biblical strategies for getting more accomplished.
It’s New Year’s. You’ve got goals. Resolutions. Some will be easy. But there are probably one or two issues that seem too big for you to tackle. What do you do with those? We’ll ask a question that can lead you to an answer that just might change everything for you.