What is love? Pastor Jahill Richards shows how God's love moves beyond words and feelings to actions -- to Jesus' sacrifice on the cross.
How do we live a life that reflects the character of Jesus? Pastor Jahill Richards from Anacostia River Church speaks on serving the least, the left out, and the marginalized.
What does Christ's ascension into heaven after his resurrection mean to us? The Ascension illustrates God's love and shows we can have confidence that Christ has secured our place with Him.
The more we ground ourselves in God's Word, the more we will grow and the more we will come to glorify Jesus, who gently but firmly displaces us as the center of our universe.
Why does Peter write with such emphasis on being ready for the day of God's judgment? We see that learning about the final judgment helps us face injustice in light of God's restoration, and we see the intersection of love and justice in Jesus' sacrifice on the cross.
Peter sees young Christians being lured away by false teachers and reacts with righteous anger. How can we make sure we know the real truth?
Peter urges those reading his letter to trust in the authority of Scripture and to use it as a lamp to illuminate the path into relationship with God.
Looking at the story of the apostle Thomas, we see that doubt is not a sign of unbelief, but can be beneficial and actually help draw us closer to the risen Christ.
As Holy Week begins, our Bishop Steve Breedlove challenges us to meditate on the fact that Jesus is our friend, the beauty and the life that comes from obedience to the Father, and that the hour of darkness is followed by eternal day.
Sloth most often manifests itself in unnecessary busyness that is distracting us from the thing that matters most: our relationship with Jesus.
Envy comes from a feeling of lack, that what we've been given isn't sufficient. How do we combat the pervasiveness of envy in our lives?
God created us with the capacity and the desire for sexual union within marriage, but lust is an over-desire that puts getting our needs met ahead of sacrificial love.
Anger is an emotion that's common to every person but can destroy relationships and lives. We look at anger's source, its anatomy and the antidote for anger.
Gluttony isn't simply an overconsumption of food and drink, but rather it's about placing more importance on created things, rather than our Creator.
Ash Wednesday offers a chance to reflect on our own sin and need for a savior.
If we enthrone human love we will crush our marriage with expectations or be crushed if we don't get married. How can we focus on the only love that will never disappoint us, the unearned gift of Jesus Christ?