Christians are called to let their faith shine for all to see, yet Jesus warns his followers to not be like the religious leaders who are putting their "righteousness" on display. We'll dive into Jesus' most famous sermon for some clarification.
One of the most dangerous things involved with digital media is our desire to compare our lives to others. This makes us do things for the wrong reasons or the wrong things all together. Comparing myself to another is a one-way ticket to unhappiness.
A healthy view of oneself has a direct connection to how I will see and treat others. Is it possible that ‘selfies’ are not as evil as many think?
This powerful portrayal of the foster care system and the struggles of adoption is a beautiful picture of God’s love for us. There is a deep sense in each of us to belong.
This comedic look at the culture of Singapore is chalked full of traditional barriers and even newer technological ones. Even though we come from different parts of the world and have different incomes, some struggles are universal.
We look to a true story of a virtuoso pianist and his controversial tour of the American south. Hate has been a part of our world for a while now and we still have a lot to learn. God has some pretty powerful thoughts on overcoming this human condition.
This week we look to the world of super heroes and a teenage one at that. Much like Spider-man, our self-image and how others sees us can cause us to struggle more than we have to. God sees so much more in us.
Some folks look at Christianity in very black and white pictures. There is a start and there will be an end, but scripture points much more to a process. What does that look like?