Rector Tommy Hinson preaches on humility: how our assessment of ourselves needs to change, and how we can use the Gospel as the true yardstick for the measure of our self-worth.
Social critic and author Dr. Os Guinness speaks on how we can embrace the Biblical idea of freedom and liberty in today’s time of crisis.
Pastor and hip-hop artist Devin Turner preaches on righteousness: it's not just doing things the Bible says I should do, but having the attitude of my heart being like Christ in what I pursue.
How do we share the gospel with others? Dan Beilman shows the importance of vulnerability, listening and testimony in how we talk about our Father.
Pastor Perrin Roberts from the Triumphant Church preaches on being great -- what does that mean in the context of God's kingdom?
Rev. Dr. Irwyn Ince preaches on Exodus 2:1-10 and shows how God is pleased to regularly work through the ordinary to bring about His extraordinary purposes.
Justin Fung from Christ City Church preaches on flourishing and encourages us to remember no matter how busy we are, the peace that comes from being found in Christ is ours.
Pastor TL Rogers joins us and shares a message on how God takes the initiative in drawing us into a relationship with Him as our father.
How should Christians engage in the political culture? Dr. Jeff Bailey from Church of the Resurrection preaches on ways the church serves as the model for God's kingdom.
Sulmane Maigadi looks at Matthew's account of Jesus walking on water and what that means for us in the midst of life's storms.
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.