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The Lord is My Shepherd

What does it mean for the Lord to be our Shepherd? According to David in Psalm 23, it means that we shall never be in want of anything. We will be made to slow down, quiet down, and sit down. Our souls will be restored and whole, like they were designed to be from the beginning. We shall not fear evil or death - no matter what we’re facing. Many of us know the Psalm… Let’s make sure we know the Shepherd.

What is Church? Part 3: Fellowship

The Christian life is meant to be full of fellowship… of sharing with and sharpening one another. The first-century church knew that and practiced it every day. If we do what they did, would God do what He did among us?

Trusting God When We Disagree

When is it right to rebel or resist against authority and when should we “let go and let God”? Is there a time when we are obligated to submit… and a time when we’re obligated to fight back?

Trusting God When He Asks the Impossible

Abraham’s obedience was immediate, complete and without challenge - even when he was asked to do what we would deem impossible. Today we discussed steps we can take to grow our trust to Abraham-like levels.


In Matthew 4:19 we examined Jesus’ call to evangelism. In Philippians 4:19 we celebrated God’s promise of provision. In 1 John 4:19 we remembered that we love because He first loved us.

Colossians 4

The unknown and unsung heroes of the faith should be examples to us that it is more important to be well-known in heaven than well-known on earth.

Colossians 1

Paul's letter to the Colossions can be organized into two main categories: what Jesus has done and what Christians should do.

Renew Your Mind: This Means War

How do we renew our minds? We go to war. Taking thoughts captive, setting our minds on things above, fixing our minds on God’s Word, and fighting the good fight with the armor and weapons God has provided, gives us the best chance of victory on the battlefield of the mind.

Renew Your Mind: You Are What You Think

As followers of Jesus, sometimes we think too little of ourselves. After all, we are children of the King and heirs to the throne! At the same time, we often think too highly of ourselves. Without Christ, we are sinful and fallen. Biblically, we must recognize the power of our thoughts over our character and destiny... "we are what we think."