Being generous is not natural, it's not common, and it's not intuitive. In fact, it's crazy. But learning to be generous changes your life.
Your faith matters to God. In fact, God is most honored by your massive, courageous, out-of-the-box faith. Because that’s true, he's committed to growing your faith in a big way. Imagine how different your view of life would be if you had absolute confidence that God was with you? Think how different you would respond to difficulties, temptations, and even good things if you knew without a doubt that God was in all of it and was planning to leverage it for good and his glory.
Did you ever run away from home as a kid? It never seemed to work out, did it? You were so focused on what you were running from, not what you were running to, that you finally got to a place to ask, “what now?”
In this 3-part series, we will walk through the story of one of the world's most famous runners—Jonah. From trying to outrun God to wrestling with grace and discipline, we’ll discover what it means to surrender.
There are behaviors and character traits that God celebrates. There are things that move God and invite God's activity in your life on another level. So we're going to look at 4 people and the traits that moved God to use their lives in history.
Americans are abandoning religion at an unprecedented rate; Christianity in particular. But not because atheism is more appealing. People are leaving because religion has lost its appeal. There once was a time when Americans believed religion offered solutions. Today, religion is viewed by many as the problem. Before you abandon your faith, consider this: What if the god you’re walking away from never existed to begin with?
From His death on the cross to His resurrection on Sunday, we remember and celebrate the life, death and the legacy of Jesus.
In the days and weeks preceding the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus, two men found their way into the story. These Easter outliers refused to abandon their quest for control and surrender to the Savior of the world. How can we avoid the mistakes they made?
Every generation has another one following it. They have different priorities and different experiences. They see the world differently. It’s easy for the generations to live in conflict and competition. But we have been given a responsibility for the next generation that has a ripple effect long after we are gone?
Our church started with a simple strategy to tear away every unnecessary barrier to people connecting with Jesus. Many have connected or re-connected to Jesus as a result, but what if the best days for Centerpoint are behind us? There's one simple thing we can do make sure our Best Day Ever is yet to come.
Everything that matters starts from the inside of you, in the heart. Over time, life lodges things in your heart that negatively impact the rest of your life – your career, relationships, dreams, and finances. How do you detox the heart and live free again?