Jesus teaches his followers that at the very heart of God is the longing to see those who are lost, found. Followers must have the same heart and take on the responsibility for the lost.
Jesus’ disciples assumed that following Him would lead to notoriety and power. Jesus was quick to remind them the call for all followers is to die to self, take up your cross and follow.
A message from John 3 when Jesus tells Nicodemus that unless you are born again, you won’t see the Kingdom of Heaven.
Being a follower is simple in our world today… you just click a button. But when Jesus invited others to follow him, there was a much more literal separation from their past and actual steps to closely study Jesus’ teaching and example. In this series, we want to strip away all the other things that […]
Your value and worth are not set by the standards of our world. Your value and worth are decided by two verses in Psalm 139 – you are fearfully and wonderfully made.
Back to School Sunday is an annual event at Homestead. We share a message with all of our students and pray a blessing over them as they begin the school year.
Psalm 51 is a great example of repentance and confession. King David, when confronted about his sin, was quick to confess and repent before God. He didn’t make excuses or deflect, he made it right.
The Psalmist gives us a poetic glimpse into a heart that longs for God’s presence. Scripture teaches us that God’s spirit dwells in us, so how do we foster that longing to be near God?
Psalm 121 is one of 15 Psalms of Ascent – These would be recited and sung during the journey to the Temple for one of the annual feasts and festivals. It is a Psalm acknowledging God as our source and help.
A Father’s Day message from Psalm 1. Blessed is the man who doesn’t walk in the counsel of the wicked or the scoffer, but whose delight is in the Lord. A message of encouragement for Dads to lead the charge of faith in their families.