What word comes to mind when you hear the word church? For most, the first (and perhaps only) thing that comes to mind is a building. However, church is people – all those who have placed their faith in Jesus. This puts people in relationship to church and being part of church is a privilege […]
Friendship is something people often feels others have mastered but believe they have not. If you are one of those people, you’re not alone. This message examines the gift of friendship, emphasizing God’s perspective. Listen in!
Is it possible to self-assess humility? If one believes he/she has a posture of humility, does that disqualify him/her from humility? A quick glance at Scripture and it becomes obvious God cares about humility. How does one gain a perspective of greater humility? Listen in to discover.
There is much in life that can lead a person to anxiety. Yet Scripture instructs, “Do not be anxious about anything…” (Phil. 4:6). Wow! What a tall order. Anxiety is real, yet the verses around this instruction give attention to what a mind is to focus on instead. Listen in!
People today have grown significantly more connected via the internet. Social media encourages connectivity; yet while connectivity through this means has increased, so has the sense of loneliness and despair. How does Scripture guide someone who is feeling the sting of loneliness? This message takes a look at answering that question.
Today is a day of celebration for the Kingwood family! Baptism symbolizes that new life has been found through faith in Jesus. Baptism also indicates signs of new in the church. Today we examine this one word “baptism.” The message is followed up with the baptism of four believers!
People are wired to connect with others. Regardless of personality type, all people to varying degrees, need others for mutual sharing and spiritual encouragement. This message looks at what Scripture says in light of this one word!
While salvation experiences differ for believers, there is one thing all hold in common – the desire to be assured of one’s salvation. The good news – God wants believers to be assured of their salvation too! This message examines Scriptural truth to give believers assurance of their salvation.
This message is the introduction to our summer series “One Word.” The word considered in this message: Communion. What does it mean? Why has the church historically referred to the Lord’s Supper as Communion? What other questions might we ask in light of Communion? Listen in to discover the answer.
This message today is especially for fathers, focusing on the challenges Christian men are faced with as well as how fathers can thrive in the midst of those challenges.
This is the final message in a mini-series from the letters Paul wrote to a young pastor in 1 & 2 Timothy. This message notes the common thread of instruction given surrounding the plea to Timothy to teach these things. What is that common thread? Listen to discover.
This message continues to look at a letter Paul wrote to Timothy, a young pastor giving leadership in the church at Ephesus. Paul’s instruction to Timothy was to “teach these things.” If there are certain things Timothy was to teach, what are they? This message highlights what Timothy was to teach.