The Holy Spirit is the means by which we experience the power and presence of the Father and the reality of Jesus, here and now.
We cannot live into God’s full salvation and continue forward in our spiritual journey toward Christlikeness without sanctification.
We will experience the imprisonment and torture of bitterness if we fail to forgive as God has forgiven us.
God has spoken to us in the person of Jesus Christ, and God still speaks through the revelation of his word in the Bible.
As Creator, the Lord serves as eternal guardian over all aspects of our lives.
Three of the Holy Spirit's key works give us the power to fulfill the Greatest Commandment: to love God and to love others.
While the context of our spiritual formation is different, Jesus presents the same basic opportunities and questions to all of us.
When we are overwhelmed by life’s circumstances, we can find hope in the Lord’s steadfast love and forgiveness.
We prepare ourselves for an abundant future with God by expressing gratitude for how he has worked in our lives in the past.
God created human beings with an inherent passion to worship and serve. Therefore, we will worship and serve someone or something—and this is where habitual sin comes in.