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We are born into a death that we fully deserve, but God has offered us salvation — not because of anything we’ve done, but because he is full of love and mercy.
God didn't create us to live in isolation. Our lives — and our faith — are better when we're living in community with other believers.
In the Old Testament, there was a very specific way in which the people related to God. When Jesus was born, however, everything changed.
In the Old Testament, prophet, priest and king were the three main roles of leadership for Israel. In this series, we take a look at how Jesus came to fulfill all three.
Ian Crosby (Forney Student Pastor), Blake Clickner (Kaufman Campus/Student Pastor) and Kevin Kelley (Missions Pastor) share some thoughts on worship and why God is the primary reason we should be thankful.
This series takes a look at what being generous really means.
Life has its ups and downs. Here we take a look at what to do when you don't know what to do.