Episode 7 of 9: Jesus talks about money more than prayer. We, as a church, have a privilege and responsibility to manage what God has given us. We need to use what we are given to help make mission and vision become a reality.
Episode 6 of 9: When we enter into a relationship with God, we begin participating in the sacraments, but why? They're often viewed as something done out of tradition, but it's important to understand it is really a reflection of a transformation within.
Episode 5 of 9: When we hear someone preach, is it just a good speech or is it something more? Paul reminds us that preaching is not wise and persuasive speech but a demonstration of the Spirit's power, so that people will trust in God and not in man.
Episode 3 of 9: Where does loneliness come from? In Genesis, God said it isn't good for man to be alone. This is recognized before the fall, which tells us that loneliness is not a result of sin, but that we were built to need to connect with each other.
Episode 1 of 9: Each of us has something to contribute when we gather together in worship; therefore, it is important for us to participate in our church, because when we don't, the whole body suffers.
Episode 4 of 4: After experiencing God's grace in his life, Jonah was upset when other people got the same grace. He thought he deserved more grace from God because of his work. Are there people in your life that you think deserve less grace than you do?
Episode 3 of 4: What can God do with a life that is fully surrendered to Him? What are we missing out on by not being in step with God's leading? Saying yes to God is pursuing a life that leads to eternal purposes and changes our lives as well as others.
Episode 2 or 4: Why is it that we often need to hit rock bottom before we reach out to God, and even then, things don't necessarily get easier? In orienting our lives to God's will, we may not find immediate ease of life, but instead His purpose for us.