Jesus was good with words. He understood that the right phrase could change the course of events. In this story, his well-placed words diffuse a volatile situation. His question to the woman he saved may have helped her change the course of her life.
The disciples had busy lives before they met Jesus, yet they were all looking for something more. If you want to gain clarity on what you seek in life, this will be a good question to consider.
It’s possible that you have heard different stories about God throughout the Bible. But, we don’t often hear the larger story. It’s difficult for us to understand our faith, less talk about our faith if we don’t understand the greater story of...
Have you ever had someone ask you – so what’s your story? Those times when we have to introduce ourselves in a job interview and tell something about ourselves is often painful. What do we say? Knowing your story makes all the difference in your...
So much of sharing our faith is about sharing facts. But, what can we learn from others? The greatest way to share faith with others is to help them see where Christ is already alive in their story. Come this week to hear practical ways about...
Winston Churchill famously said, “Never give in. Never, never, never.” What if we had this attitude in our prayer life? Often we are unsure of how long we should continue offering a particular prayer; either we are not sure that God hears us or...
The greatest gift the church offers is a relationship with Christ. Establishing a Loudoun campus, connecting in South Reston and marketing to the community are all ways to help people meet Christ and experience all that Christ has for them in...