Isaiah 40:3-5 tells us that preparation for the Lord's arrival meant raising up valleys, making low the mountains and hills, and smoothing the rough and rugged ground so that the glory of the Lord would be revealed for all to see. This message defines how those valleys or mountains or rough edges sometimes ..
by Steve Carter
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Advent, a season filled with both the celebration of light and the reality of night. This message uses examples of three lights to help us understand how to live well between light and night in the tension and expectancy of the season of Advent. We're reminded that God pours his love and light over ..
Advent, Part 3: Embrace the Fullness of Advent
This message helps answer three questions around the Christmas story in Luke 2: Why this city? Why these parents? Why at this time in human history? Obviously, God has every aspect of this miracle birth planned out in advance, and as we're provided more in-depth background information about the places ..
Advent, Part 4: The Christmas Story
Toward the end of their forty-year desert journey, after spending a year at the Horeb mountain range, God told the Hebrew people they'd been at the mountain long enough and it was time to move on to the land he promised them. This message challenges us to name our mountain, that place where we're stuck ..
Can You Name Your Mountain?
Do you have convictions that move you to action and that boldly proclaim your beliefs? Convictions that tell your story? The apostle Paul praised the young church at Thessalonica as he heard of their convictions of steel, demonstrated by work produced by faith, labor prompted by love, and endurance ..
Convictions of Steel