Speaking the universal language of Christ
A neighborhood isn’t only about where you live, but where you’re called to serve.
Mark’s message of hope to a suffering body
How we condition our hearts to experience God
Our perfection in Christ has nothing to do with outward appearances.
Christlikeness isn’t some idea we pursue—it’s the essence of who we are in God.
The calling on believers’ lives has always been the same—to intrigue and compel others to follow Christ.
In the body of Christ, our experiences may not be identical, but we’re still one.
Sometimes our wounds serve a greater purpose in God’s kingdom.
When Jesus calls, He wants us to follow—and to lead, too.
Our screens may give us the ability to be elsewhere, but there’s value in inhabiting the room we’re in.