Our culture increasingly sees the elderly as the least valuable members of society, but God calls us to abandon the crushing pursuit of our own honor at the expense of others.
In the Sabbath, God invites us into a practice which symbolizes our freedom and our trust.
The world needs to see a people who honor the name of the Lord with their lips and with their lives.
Like the Israelites of old, we are tempted to try to make God into something predictable and controllable, but God invites us instead into a growing relationship of discovery.
God calls us to a life dominated by a unique and personal relationship with himself — a relationship that will produce life.
Where do we go to find the real Jesus? Many don't recognize him because the "Jesus" they know is one they have created to fit their own purposes. It is through the Word and by the Holy Spirit that God reveals his Son.
When we get a picture of the world renewed when Jesus returns, we too will cry out, "Even so, come, Lord Jesus!"