Few of us think that we have a problem with idolatry, even though we all have idols in our hearts that we love and depend on, without realising they enslave and will eventually destroy us. This series explains the danger of idolatry and how we can be set free.
As followers of Jesus Christ, rather than just doing church as we see fit, we need to seriously examine the implications of the fact that Christ loved his church to the ultimate extent of giving himself up for her. And to understand how we too can practically love the church he loves.
No other religious figure in history has made the same claims as Jesus. He did not say that he knew the truth, but that he was the truth. Not only did Jesus reveal to us a bigger reality, he showed us that only he can satisfy our deepest longings.
We live in a pressure-cooker world. There are so many expectations we cannot fully meet and problems that we do not know how to solve. In this series, we will learn how we can find relief in the areas in our lives that most of us feel stressed about.
We all make purchasing decisions based primarily on branding. What we seldom realise is that the same is true of interpersonal relationships. This series will help you to succeed by explaining how you can develop trust and goodwill by Building Your Brand.
It's February! The month we love because love is in the air. As we celebrate love, let us also reflect more deeply on the ultimate source and true nature of love, because the more we grasp the love of God, the richer our love will be for each other.
People love to say that God’s love is unconditional. And yet the Bible is full of promises of God granting favour when we do meet certain conditions. That’s why in this series, we will look at what we can do to experience the fullness of God’s goodness in this new year.
Everyone loves Christmas, but mostly in an escapist way: it distracts us from our problems and the ugliness of our world for a short while. Don't miss the true gift of Christmas, which is meant to make a radical and positive change in our lives.
Prisons don't need walls and bars. Many of us are unaware that we have surrendered our liberty through comparison with others, locking ourselves up in resentment and despair. Even if we know it, we don't know how to break free.
It is human nature to isolate ourselves and just do our own thing. Even when we associate with others, our tendency is form exclusive cliques with people like ourselves. For our own good and the good of the world, we need to break out of our inward-focused mindset and move out.
It is good to be concerned about our natural environment, but our passion is misguided zeal without a deeper understanding of how we got here, what the role of human beings is and what will eventually happen to the universe.
Doing good can only be truly good if it is done out of purely unselfish motives. We need first to have our hearts transformed and then go out and make a real and positive difference in our broken world.