Self-control isn’t very popular these days. Every day, all day – buy this, eat that; do whatever you want. But, shouldn’t it be different for Christians?
How do you continue on with life, and even a life of serving God when everything seems to go wrong? How do you pick yourself up off of the floor when the very ground you’re standing on gets taken out from underneath of you?
In any discussion about self-control we often think about our poor habits. But have we ever thought about just how all-encompassing self-control really is?
Rebekah Lyons joins us and shares her story of overcoming anxiety & discusses the limitations we often place on ourselves based on who culture says we are.
I want to encourage you to do what might feel a little counterproductive. Don’t go looking for peace. Go looking for Jesus.
Paul saw our Lord as “the King of the Ages,” not just the of the Old Testament Age, or even simply of the New Testament Age. He’s the King of every Age.
What are my convictions about the truth of God that keep me coming to church every Sunday? Have my excuses been real or made up for my own benefit?
220mph winds. At Least 30 dead. Where is God in a natural disaster like Hurricane Dorian? Where is God in the midst of the storm?
Words carry power and influence, whether they are true or not. Words carry impressive power, and they are more powerful when they claim to speak the truth.