In our last message of the semester and of the school year, our own Erin Herrman reminds us that our hope is secure in Christ and tells us how that impacts the three anchors of Chi Alpha: Real Devotional Life, Real Community, and Real Responsibility.
In this week's message from Psalms, our own Jen Moss reminds us that when we spend time with God, that time is never wasted. In fact, it is some of the most productive time we have.
In this week's message from Philippians, our own Josh Fairchild shares three keys to living without fear and anxiety, reminding us that the peace of God is always available to us.
In this week's message from the Gospel of Matthew, our own Blair Brake reminds us to pay attention as we build a foundation for ourselves, sharing how important it is to have a firm foundation in Jesus and in scripture.
After a brief time away to reorganize during the coronavirus pandemic, we are back with a new series, Things I Need to Be Reminded of Often - Home Edition. This week, Pete shares three points from the beginning of Acts, reminding us of the power and glory of Jesus.
Have you struggled to stop watching porn? Is it hard to pinpoint exactly why you keep watching? In this week's message, our own Rigo Herrera shares about the impact and pervasiveness of porn in our culture, then talks about how to overcome our porn obsessions not just by staying away from it, but by allowing Jesus to meet the deep, God-given desires of our souls.
Are you struggling to figure out how to date well? Is it hard to figure out who you should date or how to talk about boundaries? In this week's message, Pete and Amy Bullette give us a biblical definition of dating and share some healthy dating tips to help us honor and protect ourselves and our significant others.