• Loving People Like Jesus Did

    Jesus tells us, "As I have loved you, now you go love each other." What does it look like to love someone in the way that Jesus loves us? It's a love that's selfless in


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  • Go and Tell

    Bad news is a burden to have to break to someone, but sharing good news is a joy! As disciples, we've got the best news of all to share: Jesus and His love for the


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  • Christianity Has a Leader Who Lives

    The greatest thing that separates Christianity from other religions, worldviews, and philosophies is that Christianity has a leader in Jesus Christ who lives. And a leader who lives for you today can also live with


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  • Christianity isn’t Defeated by the Human Condition

    It's an all too common sight - people who claim to be Christian yet who are setting a poor example of what it means to follow Jesus. The world around us calls that hypocrisy, and


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  • Christianity is Kind to its Followers and its Enemies

    Compared to some other systems of belief, Christianity seems almost too easy. It frees us from the burden of trying to save ourselves by being good enough by God's gift of grace. But it's also


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  • Christianity Can Handle Your Doubt

    It's never comfortable to feel like you're the only one who has doubts about anything - let alone about your faith. One of the things that makes Christianity remarkable is that it invites us to


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  • Christianity is Unshaken By Suffering

    If suffering is a real and unavoidable aspect of life, what worldview or system of belief offers the most hope and meaning in the face of suffering? 


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  • Convicted & Compassionate

    As followers of Jesus, we're called to be both convicted and compassionate. Often times those two things are presented as being contrary to one another: that you can't be loving and stand on your convictions.


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