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    The Power Of Tears

    In times of sorrow, it can feel as if we’re alone in our suffering. But God never lets a single tear fall without His notice. Today on Discover the Word, we consider the power of tears and find hope in the truth that Jesus understands our grief. Join the group as they introduce a new series […]

    Why Does The Gospel Of John Stand Out From The Rest?

    Most pastors and theologians agree, if you could only read one gospel, you should read the gospel of John. So what makes this account stand out from the rest? Today on Discover the Word, the team explores the “heaven-down” perspective John brings to the story of Jesus. Join us at the table for Discover the Word!

    Luke’s Unique Take On The Gospel

    Some of the Gospels were written by those who knew Jesus personally. But one man set out on a mission to gather the facts into one definitive account. Today on Discover the Word, we discuss the unique perspective Luke provides in his gospel. Join us for a helpful series on “Reading the Gospels” today on Discover the Word!

    Access To God Is For Everyone

    For thousands of years, the Israelites thought of themselves as “God’s chosen people.” But when Jesus came, access to God was opened to everyone. Today on Discover the Word, the team will explore how Mark introduced the gospel of Jesus Christ to the Roman world. Pull up a chair to the table for Discover the Word today!

    Telling The Same Story . . . “God With Us”

    The Gospels all essentially tell the same story. So, do we really need four of them? Today on Discover the Word, we discuss how Matthew tailored his message to a Jewish audience and proclaimed the good news that God is with us. Another great conversation about “Reading the Gospels” today on Discover the Word!

    What Does “Sharing The Gospel” Mean?

    The word gospel has a number of meanings and connotations. So what exactly did the disciples mean when they said they were “sharing the gospel”? Today on Discover the Word, we explore the history of the word gospel and consider its implications for us today. It’s a new series titled, “Reading the Gospels” today at on Discover the Word!

    How Should We Respond To Conflict?

    Nobody enjoys conflict. In fact, most of us would rather avoid it. So when conflict rears its ugly head, how should we respond? Today on Discover the Word, the team consider what it looks like to live out your faith when dealing with conflict. Don’t miss the conclusion of the series titled, “Deal with It”, today on Discover the […]

    The Role Of A Mediator

    In any relationship, conflict is inevitable. But what happens when people can’t work out their differences? Today on Discover the Word, we discuss the role of a mediator in conflict between Christians. It’s another practical lesson on conflict resolution from Paul’s letter to the Philippians, today on Discover the Word!

    “Deal With It”

    For centuries, Christians have squabbled over differences in doctrine or tradition. And it’s caused a lot of division in the church. Today on Discover the Word, the group encourages us to—even with our differences—keep the main thing the main thing. Be part of this week’s series titled, “Deal with It,” today on Discover the Word!

    What Does The Bible Say About Conflict Resolution?

    When someone needs correcting, how do you go about it? Do you sugarcoat the situation, or would you rather “show ’em a little tough love”? Today on Discover the Word, we consider the value of relationship when dealing with conflict. Another practical look at biblical conflict resolution, today on Discover the Word!

    How To Deal With Conflict In The Church

    When it comes to conflict, most people either face it head on, or run the other way. But what if there were a third option? Today on Discover the Word, the group discusses the apostle Paul’s advice for dealing with conflict in the church. Join us for a new series titled, “Deal with It,” today on Discover the Word!

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