So many of our UK basketball players returned for another run at another title, defying the “one and done” label that many outsiders placed on the program. Instead of only living for Jesus on Sundays, we're going to talk about what it looks like to live a faithful life, day in and day out.
Nouns need verbs is more than a grammatical truth; it is a spiritual truth. And there are two nouns that find their meaning in the action that verbs provide—the noun Christian and the noun Church. In this series we will explore what it looks like to love the people Jesus loved by loving the action words he loved.
What do you do when your dreams are shattered? What do you do when your life isn’t turning out the way you thought? What do you do when you have to turn to Plan B? Plan B is God’s plan for your life. It’s life of healing and hope that shatters shame and puts your past in it’s place so that you can live in freedom.
Our world loves labels. And at a very young age we are told by others that we are something we aren’t and a lot of us carry those lies about our identity into adulthood.
Jake Barker joins us for a one-part series on relationships. Jake serves as the executive pastor at Traders Point Christian Church in Indiana.
We have many different types of relationships. Our relationship with God, family, friends, co-workers, teammates, etc. But sometimes we only put the importance on one relationship—with God. And even though that's the most important, we'll take a look at why God also cares deeply about our relationships with others as well.