Senior Christina Rogers shares some of her experiences with God’s Word.
Mark 1:35-39, Luke 4:29 If you’ve learned how to say “yes” to the Father, it’s easier to say “no” to others. Jesus is NOT afraid to disappoint people to follow his Father!
So much distraction comes from input and a constant stream of social media. We need to unplug; drive back the forces that clamor for our attention over God and learn to hear God in silence — to pause and let stress melt away in silence and solitude before Jesus. A call to sacred space —…
We’re too busy NOT to pray! But we often feel too busy to pause and hear God’s voice; we try to run our days instead of bringing them to the Father. The counter-intuitive response is that the greater the demand on our schedule, the more pressing the need to fight for sacred space with God…
Fourth session of Winter Camp.
Third session of Winter Camp.
Second session of Winter Camp.
First session of Winter Camp.
There is a tension about the advent season; to celebrate the Lord’s sacrifice and still long for His return.
Jesus said, “No branch can bear fruit by itself; it must remain in the vine. Neither can you bear fruit unless you remain in me.” But what does this mean? And how do we do that?
Darkness regularly describes disorientation, confusion, and even danger. College is great, but it can feel confusing or threatening sometimes too, can’t it? In His own words, Jesus offers to be the light of your world, to make things clear for you, and to tell you what’s true. And not only that, but He also promises…
Jesus invites everyone, individually, to “come and see” for themselves if He is who He claims to be, and if His offer of truth is real. What better time than college – when everything is up for questions – to make Jesus a part of your exploration?