If your life is complicated right now, you may be wondering—why me? And if you are a Christ follower, you may feel the added weight of failure, disappointment and discouragement. After all, doesn’t being a Christian mean that I’m to live as an “overcomer”? In this series, The Struggle Is Real, we will address some of the realities that complicate our lives—issues that can turn our lives...
Helping Students Deal With Tragedy Nick Mance Tragedy can defined as an event that causes great sadness, hurt, destruction, and distress, but the reality we must understand is that tragedy looks different in each of our lives. What might be a tragedy or crisis for one person will look different for another. However, what we do know about tragedy is that our students are facing...
We saw God move not only in the lives of the people we served but also in the lives of our team.
Speak truth to your students and point them towards the understanding that all the burdens society places on them are not theirs to carry. Instead when they find their identity in Christ it brings wholeness, freedom, and peace.
While I am saying that our motivation and attitude in serving others should be checked, sometimes you just have to get out there and do it!
On April 14 we witnessed 30 students step out in faith and publicly declare that they are followers of Jesus as they were baptized in front of the church.
In this series, we will study Romans 12 and see what it looks like to be part of the team that Jesus is creating. As we will see, when we are following Jesus, no one sits on the bench!
I want to offer some help, motivation, and encouragement that we as parents need in working to help our kids become disciples of Jesus.