The disciples had the luxury of spending 3 years with Jesus, unfortunately we don’t get that luxury today. In this series we are going to climb into their world for just 2 days and spend 2 days with Jesus coming from John chapter 6. In this chapter we see Jesus perform miracles, interact with supports and dissenters and teach us about who He is. From this snapshot of Jesus’ life we can see the character, nature and identity of Jesus and as we begin to learn these things we can adopt them into our lives too.
At first glance the miracle of Jesus doesn’t seem to be particularly poignant or meaningful. But as we dig deeper we see that this is a sign of Jesus’ Messiahship and ability to transform not […]
Prior to launching his earthly ministry, Jesus went to the desert for 40 days of fasting and prayer. While he was there he was tempted in three specific areas of his identity as God’s Son. […]
When looking at the 3-dimensions of relationships as Jesus modeled for us, there are three primary questions to ask: Who is in your Inward, most intimate relationships? What is your Outward connection with believers and […]
The push of social media, advertising and algorithms reaches into the farthest corners of life. Social media can be the most “Out” of the three dimensions of relationships: Up, In and Out. But how do […]
Guest Speaker Pastor Mindy Ross of Impact City Church Pataskala brings the word alive about Love and Marriage.
Jesus gained strength for his outward works of ministry by cultivating his upward relationship with God his Father. Everything Jesus did flowed from his relationship with the Father. From that foundation, Jesus created relationships with […]
Satisfaction is not always guaranteed. We have to decide whether or not let other people, businesses, purchases and “things” be responsible for our contentment, our satisfaction and ultimately, our happiness. Our satisfaction is only guaranteed […]
The Bible is very clear on financial matters and especially on the topic of debt. As we seek to honor God in everything that we do, we want to get a handle on personal debt. […]
We have all heard the phrase, “You Get What You Pay For” but in an insecure economy, that may not always be the case. But what is always the truth, is what the Bible says […]