These stories give a snapshot of the real, vibrant, loving God who is involved in our lives. More »
Unity is ultimately a gift of God—and particularly a work of the Holy Spirit, who is the Spirit of truth and of love. More »
The Book of Revelation is trying to help us understand that the beauty we see here on earth is nothing compared to the beauty that awaits us in heaven. More »
The word “epiphany” means “the appearance of God.” The Holy Spirit is the appearance of God in our hearts, helping us to live the way Jesus wants us to live. More »
This year, make it a point to spend time with the Bible every day, prayerfully pondering the word of God and learning how to hear God speaking to you through his word. More »
Luke’s purpose was, first, to declare that Jesus’ birth was an actual historical event and, second, to illustrate the poverty and anonymity of his birth. More »
Joseph was a man who always listened to the voice of God; he was deeply sensitive to his secret will; he was a man attentive to the messages that came to him from the depths of his heart and from on high. More »
We are called to fix our sights on recapturing Advent and Christmas as a season of longing, preparing our hearts and welcoming the newborn King.