We, like the people of Laodicea, are truly wealthy and that wealth can cause us to lose a focus on Jesus. We, like the Laodiceans fall far short of God’s expectations, but in grace Jesus asks us to invite Him so that He can eat with us and experience the same ‘Wow!’ experience the Emmaus disciples felt when He ate with them. In the meal of Holy Communion, we are empowered to follow Jesus in lives that give Him glory.Read More
The Bible is more than a book: it is God’s love letter to humanity. Based both on what it says and does, we have more reason to trust it than any other book in history.Read More
Because of what He claims about Himself, Jesus is either truly God or a total fraud. There is no logical middle ground. To prove His true identity, Jesus demonstrated His deity through everything He said and did - and most clearly through His resurrection.Read More
God provided a way for everyone to have peace. This is profoundly inclusive—not exclusive. Following Jesus is different from every other faith on earth in that He sacrificed to get to us, rather than us sacrificing to get to Him. Most religions boil down to humanity trying to reach God, but Christianity is God reaching humanity.Read More
Why Does God Allow Pain and Suffering?
Because God is greater than we are, we cannot fully understand or explain all of the problems we encounter. However, we can be certain of God’s perfect power, His perfect timing, His perfect purpose, and His perfect love.Read More
Is there a God? Evidence of God comes from creation, morality, intelligence, and love. Once we establish that there must be a God, we are ready to discover who God really is.Read More
Every person on Earth was created to know and love God personally. Life is meaningless without God, but God gives everything meaning.Read More