How well do you know the failures of the Bible “heroes?” And what does the reality of failure teach us about ourselves and about God?
Great Oaks is blessed to be a bilingual church family, and today we celebrate that unity by worshiping in both English and Spanish. What advice did Paul give the diverse group of Christians in Rome, and what can we learn from it?
Es Momento de la Verdad: :Este es un Mensaje que anima a reconocer la Verdad, sobre el lugar que Dios edificó para salvar mi alma, y poder sentir la paz, la confianza y la convicción de encontrar la salvación.
Paul wrote Philippians from prison, and yet he cant stop talking about joy. What is it about Christianity that causes us to rejoice, even when life often seems full of problems?
Paul writes Philippians from a place he never thought he would find himself: prison. How did he respond to his circumstances? And what can we learn when we find ourselves in places we never thought we would be?
On our 2015 Family Day, we will study the family leadership of Abram in Genesis 12. What made him so special, and how can we imitate his faith leadership in our own families?
In Ephesians 6, Paul returns to one of his favorite images for the Christian life, an image that reminds us of some spiritual truths that sadly we don’t always take seriously enough…
What kind of culture does Christ want His church to be? Ephesians 4:1-16 gives us a major defining characteristic, one that takes a lot of effort, but that shines God’s light in a powerful way…
Lots of people in our country are giving up on the church, for a variety of reasons. Today we talk about someone who had every reason to hate the church, yet refused to give up on it. Why?
David vs. Goliath was the most ridiculous matchup imaginable. How did it happen? And more importantly, what can we learn from it?