Tune in for the final message of the Wisdom series! Our culture is not wise when it comes to money. Financial folly will have few consequences today, but will eat your lunch in the long road.
What can happen when one person embodies God's heart for the poor? Cindy Thacker, a dear friend of the fellowship, shares her story of how over 200,000 of Bolivia's poor have heard and experienced the Gospel at her free hospitals.
How do we go about deciding who to date and marry? When determining how to recognize potential mates, we should look to the Bible for wisdom.
In a culture saturated with sensuality, it can be hard to walk wisely in the area of sexual purity. Campus pastor Pete Bullette shares some insights on the benefits and consequences of remaining pure from the Proverbs.
Does God care about the decisions you make? If so, how does God communicate what He thinks? Campus pastor Pete Bullette uses the Proverbs to demystify the challenge of understanding God's will and gives us some helpful guides to live by.
The Proverbs speak more about the words we use than any other topic. What did the Proverb writers know about our tongues that is essential for us today?
In a world of instant connections and fair-weather friends, what does real friendship look like? Campus pastor Pete Bullette continues the Proverbs series by giving us a Biblical picture of true friendship.
Is work a spiritual issue? How are we to view work, and how should we work as people of the gospel? Find out what Proverbs has to say about these important issues!
Campus Pastor Pete Bullette introduces our Proverbs series and tells us the key to living wise, the fear of the Lord. Tune in to hear how the fear of the Lord should impact your affections and your attitudes.