Back to the Garden of Eden [Podcast]

Ephesians 5:22-33

Marriage . . . the world’s most vulnerable relationship has become the church’s most embarrassing statistic: more believers divorce today than do unbelievers.

The marriage vows and marital roles have become a matter of convenience than conviction, but with a return to the Garden of Eden, the Apostle Paul reaffirms God’s plan . . . and offers hope amidst life’s most challenging relationship.

When You’re Sick of Routine [Podcast]

Galatians 6:7-10

As Bill Murray asks in the film Groundhog Day, “What would you do if you were stuck in one place, and every day was exactly the same, and nothing that you did mattered?”

Such describes the corruption resulting from the flesh’s deceitful influence on our hearts. The Apostle Paul exhorts believers not to sow seeds to the futility of the flesh– but sow to the Spirit of God, from whom we will reap a harvest if we don’t quit.

Sharing the Comfort of Pain [Podcast]

2 Corinthians 1:3-7

It’s tough, but it’s true—sharing comfort requires sharing pain.

To fully understand what someone goes through when they’re hurting, we must have felt the pain ourselves. One of the main reasons God gives comfort to us during our struggles is so that we may comfort others with the comfort we ourselves have received from God.

Where was God on September 11?

In the midst of the rubble of our lives, God's Word brings hope.

Where was God on September 11? The terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 brought many people to church to hear a Word from God.

Where was God on September 11

(Photo: “UA Flight 175 hits WTC south tower 9-11” by Robert J. Fisch. Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons)

How can we make sense of the senseless? Why did God allow September 11 to happen? In the midst of the rubble of our lives, God’s Word brings immeasurable comfort—and hope.

Listen to a message from Psalm 94, given the Sunday following September 11.