As we get to know someone we experience them with all our senses. Similarly as we grow in relationship with God we experience him with all our senses.
What I've learned about hearing God is that you simply can't hear him, and be confident in his voice, without knowing his Word.
How are we called to live in a time such as this?
As our country moves closer to dividing in two, Pastor Eric Huffman reminds us there is a third way: Unity in Christ.
We, as followers of Jesus, are called to display the love, compassion and grace of Jesus in a cancel culture.
Here's how to love your neighbor like ourselves, without grumbling or arguing.
As children of God we are one in Christ. The differences that exist among us have been erased as co-heirs to the promise.
Just as we make it a priority to nourish our bodies with food and water, we must also nourish our souls. So the question is: Are you satisfied?
The "minor prophet" Joel prophesied Pentecost in vivid language to a sinful people in desperate need of hope for salvation. People just like us, before Jesus.
I've never prayed for patience because I know what the process would entail, yet today may be my day of reckoning.