Pastor Andy Stanley explains why the biblical account of Jesus’ death and resurrection must be true: If it were merely legend, the story would be written much differently! And if it were just a legend, would all of the disciples proclaim the story for many years and then die for it?
We’ve all known a couple who’s thought, “Our marriage can’t make it.” If that’s you, John, Greg and Erin will share how they’ve seen God restore broken marriages, and provide some tips for preventing an affair. Featuring Mr. Mark and Mrs. Jill Savage.
Explore the meaning of this celebration with your family in the days leading up to Easter.
Pastors face a lot of cross pressures from week to week, especially when the stakes are high. Easter brings both high hopes and lofty expectations. Being able to lean on the cross and the resurrection gives us the strength to speak the truth of hope in Christ and leave the rest to Him.
Pastor friend: You and I have a life with real meaning—not emptiness or the feeling of being lost. Everyone wants to discover truth, meaning, and a deep sense of peace.
The victorious God of Easter morning can relate all too well to whatever anguish you might be suffering on your own Holy Thursday and Good Friday—as a pastor, the weight of your vocation, and the unknown trials of your congregation.
The Rev. Canon J.John highlights a few of the reasons Christianity is appealing – its historical accuracy, the opportunity to be forgiven and the fact that the Christian faith really works. (Part 2 of 2)
The Rev. Canon J.John highlights a few of the reasons Christianity is appealing – its historical accuracy, the opportunity to be forgiven and the fact that the Christian faith really works. (Part 1 of 2)
With social distancing in place, this weekend will look far from normal. We want to come alongside you and your family as you celebrate Easter together at home.
The resurrection was the ultimate validation of who Jesus claimed to be — the Messiah himself.