The Quest for Truth (Part 2)

Part 1 of this series looked at the importance epistemic humility—recognizing that we don’t have all the answers. Pursuing truth as a core value involves confidence without arrogance. You can be confident of your conclusions based on the facts and evidence you’ve seen, but still be open to the idea that you might not know the full story or might …

The Quest for Truth (Part 1)

Truth is under attack in our culture. And we might be part of the problem. Post-Truth World In 2005, comedian Stephen Colbert introduced us to the word “truthiness,” which described how people embrace ideas that seem to be true based on their gut instincts and intuition, despite a lack of evidence to back it up. He sarcastically praised people who …

The Blessings of Community

God gave us the gift of the church to help meet our need for love, support, and encouragement from others. When the church is functioning well, it’s a healthy community that motivates one another to be their best. Check out these 15 passages that show us what true community is all about. Strength (Acts 18:23)  “After spending some time in …

New Class For Couples

This January, we’re starting a new six-week couples study on what it means to have a Christ-centered marriage, using the book of Ephesians as a guide. The class will start with general biblical concepts then go through Ephesians from chapter 1 through 6 looking at how God wants us to live together as husband and wife. This class will be taught by …

No More Dry Stumps

“Let not the foreigner who has joined himself to the Lord say, ‘The Lord will surely separate me from His people’; and let not the eunuch say, ‘Behold, I am a dry tree.’  For thus says the Lord: ‘To the eunuchs who keep my Sabbaths, who choose the things that please me and hold fast my covenant, I will give …