Every single Christian faces three enemies in his/her lifetime that pushes them to lose their religion, the world, the devil and the flesh. What does the Bible say about facing these giants through Christ's power and the Holy Spirit?
Like with many other good things in life, prayer requires hard work and discipline. For many prayer can be something pointless, for others it is delightful. How do we enjoy prayer? Does it work? How can I maintain healthy rhythms when it comes to prayer? In today's message, the pastors encourages us to see prayer as a powerful gift that can transform and help us to grow as followers of Jesus.
Each of us have been hurt at some point in our lives. Those experiences have left wounds in our hearts that we sometimes hide and try to move on. That pain becomes a type of treasure that we don't want to let go because we are hopeless about healing. Today's message offers wisdom on how to heal from that pain by daring to forgive those who have hurt us.
God's desire is to bless his children but, what would it take for us to experience his blessings? What are you willing to do in order to see God blessing your life? Even though there is not a formula to become prosperous in life, delighting in God's Word is essential to experience abundance of peace and joy.
God lead those who he loves through circumstances that, at first, are very hard to understand. While he many times allows those challenges and takes us through it, he is also available to us so we can come closer to him and experience his care, love and guidance. Today's message highlights the unconditional love of God and the incomparable gift of his presence to his children in times of need.
One of the main needs every person has is to connect with others. Small groups provide a community where we all can feel connected, known and be able to know others.
This message includes three short messages on Jesus' birth: The role of the angels, the humility of God, and his love.
One of the worst things in live is having no hope. We all tend to look at circumstances to gain hope but, when things don't work out or when we don't see a change, that hope starts to fade away. This is why we put our hopes in things that we can control. The Advent season invite us to put our hope in Jesus because no thing can be eternally reliable but God.
Many of us find purpose in what we do for work. Some really love what they do while others struggle to experience fulfillment and are unhappy with their jobs. Christians are challenged to be salt and light, but how can this be possible when you are struggling to like your job?
We are in a series on Faith & Culture where we will explore what the Bible has to say about relevant issues such as Immigration, Relationships, Money, & Work. This week's message is about the second part of Faith & Immigration. Estamos en una serie sobre Fe y Cultura donde exploraremos lo que la Biblia tiene que decir sobre temas relevantes como Inmigración, Relaciones, Dinero y Trabajo. El mensaje de esta semana es la segunda parte de Fe & Inmigración.