How Location Shapes Our Story

Our story is shaped by the three key locations in the Bible.
Category: Quotes

Monday Update #84 – September 29, 2014

#Schmidty is coming soon / Left-handed Electrons / Woman claims Frozen is her life story / Bengals raise $1 million for pediatric cancer research
Category: Personal

On Church History and the Christian Story

When Jesus ascended into heaven, he left his followers with a mission: to spread the news of what they had seen. This mission continues to define the Church. But the Church's story has had bumps along the road. Here are the events that continue to shape the Church to this day.
Category: Church History

Monday Update #83 – September 22, 2014

A great Northside Block Party / NASA's amazing image of a black hole / Staten Island ship graveyard / Grantland on Lecrae and Christian Rap
Category: Personal

Our Great Big American God – A Review

Christianity and America have had a unique relationship. In Our Great Big American God, author Matthew Paul Turner looks at how this relationships has had adverse affect on Christianity.
Category: Book Reviews

Monday Update #82 – September 15, 2014

Northside Block Party! / Our Great Big American God / Photos from the Aurora / Can Facebook Ruin Your Marriage? / Publishers Gave away 123 Million Books during WWII
Category: Personal

How Does It End?

Endings of books are important. This Sunday, we will look at how the book of Psalms ends, and what we can learn from Psalm 150.
Category: Ministry

Monday Update #81 – September 8, 2014

NFL is back! / Historical treasures found at Panama Canal / The most amazing lie in history / On mastering the Bible
Category: Personal

How Can I Be Sure? – A Review

Christians throughout the ages have experienced questions and doubts about what they believe. Some questions can be beneficial, while others can hurt your faith. In this book, John Stevens helps readers identify and deal with both types of doubt.
Category: Book Reviews

The Story of Mankind – Told by our Buildings

What we value most in our story can be seen in our buildings.
Category: Culture