Easter means resurrection. But what does the resurrection mean? (Part 2 of 2)
Easter means resurrection. But what does the resurrection mean? (Part 1 of 2)
Denying your sins is self-defeating, for you can’t receive help for a problem you deny you have.
The book of Numbers warns us about our sin and reminds us of our hope in Jesus.
How can you “just be yourself” unless you know who you were made to be?
The laws of Leviticus prepared God’s people for a high priest who could represent them forever.
The more we understand how much we’ve been forgiven, the more we love the one who forgives.
The book of Exodus recounts God’s gracious rescue of his people, which points us to Jesus.
The book of Genesis recounts the beginning of God’s gracious provision for all our problems.
Because God cares for us, he corrects us and transforms us from the inside-out.
Theology is the study of living to God. It matters for all that we do.
The mission of your life is connected to the mission of God himself.