Lost | Miles McPherson
Righteousness Revealed | J.D. Greear
Having a Kingdom Mentality | Brad Cooper
Double Your Blessings | Jud Wilhite
The Zaccheus Effect | Kevin Queen
Retro Christianity and Evangelism with Greg Laurie

Me & My Big Mouth

Open mouth . . . insert foot. Don’t we all wish we could avoid that scenario? Our words can get us into all kinds of trouble. But maybe we can learn to keep our big mouths in check.

Habits – Small Disciplines, Big Results

Change isn’t easy, but it isn’t impossible, either. Starting a few small Habits can change how you see yourself today and transform you into the person you want to be tomorrow.


Sharing your faith doesn’t have to be complicated. You don’t need a three-point sermon or dozens of Scriptures. It’s as simple as sharing your story.

When we tell someone what Jesus has done, we’re joining a conversation God has already started. We don’t have to worry about getting it right or getting it wrong. We simply have to testify.

The Bible For Grown-Ups

Most of us know some Bible stories, but very few of us know the story of the Bible. And it may be surprising to discover it’s a story that doesn’t actually begin in the beginning. It begins with the accounts of a few men who sat down to record the death and resurrection of Jesus. It begins with the words of his followers who were compelled to document the events that had changed everything for them—because they knew it could change everything for us.

No Ordinary Father

How do you see God? To some, He’s a judge or granter of wishes. To others, He’s more of a distant, cosmic force. But in the Bible, God tells us to think of Him differently. He tells us to call Him, “Dad.”

Discover why it’s a big deal to see God as our dad and learn what makes Him no ordinary father.

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