God hates sin. Therefore, we must guard our hearts and cling to Him. That understanding would have greatly benefited Lot and his family. Check out some thoughts about this week’s Sunday School lesson from Genesis 18-19 in our video preview.
Vision of Hope has an amazing internship program where women learn about biblical counseling and how to help other women who are struggling with serious, life-dominating problems. One of those women I would like to introduce to you today is Megan! One of our newest interns, Megan came to us in July from Raytown, Missouri…. Read More»
“And many of those who practiced magic brought their books together and began burning them in the sight of everyone; and they counted up the price of them and found it fifty thousand pieces of silver.” (Acts 19:19, NASB95) We all sin, there is no doubt about it. We fail, we fall short, we intentionally deviate… Read More»
Start at a Specific Part of the Training We had a training for our School-Year Servants this past Wednesday evening. Since everyone wasn’t able to attend we have posted the training here with various starting points for your convenience. Please choose a section of the training to begin viewing from. Starting at the Mission of… Read More»
Waiting is hard, isn’t it? Maybe that’s why God so often uses waiting as a tool to help us grow in our faith. Sadly, however, growth isn’t an automatic result of waiting. That fact is evident in this week’s Sunday School lesson from Genesis 16, 17, and 18. Check out more thoughts on this lesson in our video preview.
[expand title="What is it?" swaptitle="What is it?" tag="h2" rel="what-highlander" alt="Click to toggle visibilty" trigclass="noarrow" expanded="true" startwrap="" endwrap=""]1st Fridays and 2nd Saturdays are a pair of studies that will take place at Faith this year. We will be studying Let the Nations be Glad!: The Supremacy of God in Missions, by John Piper. Watch the promotional… Read More»
One of the best things about the first few days of school is that everyone is excited for a fresh start. Regardless of what may have happened last year, whether good or bad, it is refreshing that we can start anew every school year. During our student orientation last Monday, I congratulated all of the… Read More»