The apostle John opens his gospel account with a bold declaration of the eternality, divinity, and creativity of the Word: In the beginning was
On this, our final Sunday together before Christmas 2020, we look together at the opening two chapters of Luke’s gospel account. In these opening
So, have you ever seen angels? Some have. Hebrews 13:2 says, “Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have
God’s people waited hundreds of years for the Messiah. So, too, we wait for the return of Jesus as our coming King. While there
Even someone who knows very little about art can look at a painting and be impressed and moved. However, the highest level of appreciation
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While marriage proposals occur in varying shapes and sizes—some are simple and private while others are elaborate and public—all are ultimately judged by a
It’s an unfortunate but unavoidable reality of life: Familiarity can breed apathy. Consistent exposure to something, irregardless of how special, impressive, or awe-inspiring it
Is there anything with more potential to humiliate than the way teams are often selected in the schoolyard? Two identified captains examine potential players,
Christmas, as the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, is a season of significance on the Christian calendar. Unfortunately, it’s also a time