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Judas was one of the twelve, chosen to learn at Jesus’ side. Still he chose to betray the Messiah. What can we learn from Judas?
Zacchaeus was a tax collector. Hated and despised for the way he exploited and abused the vulnerable, he nevertheless sought out Jesus and had his life transformed. What does this…
This man seemed to be sincere in his faith and wanting to grow. Jesus looked into his heart and challenged him to put God first. He couldn't do it. What…
A crippled man and his friends all had their lives changed. Physical and spiritual healing took place. What does this story have to tell us?
The Samaritan woman went from being someone of low repute with a bad past to a follower and evangelist. How does her life apply to us?
Nicodemus went from being a skeptic, to a closet Christian, to a full-fledged follower of Jesus Christ. Let’s look at his life and see how it applies to us.
Are you connected to others and helping them connect or are you disconnected and disconnecting others?
Unity, according to the Bible, is not something we have to achieve so much as it is something already achieved.
Christians need to learn to love Christ’s church. This is especially true even when the church is not what it should be.
Jesus prayed that we would be one with each other. Why is that necessary? Why do we need the church?
The story of Jonah ends abruptly and invites us to draw our own conclusions about what happened next. It also invites us to think about where we want to take our own stories. Do…
Forced to confront his disobedience and God's anger, Jonah showed contrition. But how much and for how long?