Using a very specific situation of co-signing a loan, the father in Proverbs teaches his son to be careful with how he stewards finances.
Justice is when someone gets what they deserve. Poetic justice is when someone plans harm on someone else, and it ends up coming back on themselves instead. The story of Esther is about to take a major turn...
Like notifications on your phone remind you of things you might otherwise forget, Peter wraps up his letter with a couple things we shouldn’t forget.
The people of God have always been a waiting people; seeing what God had done in the past, and waiting for him to act on their behalf again. We step out of our 1 Peter series for a few weeks to talk about hope in waiting.
The first step to persevering through hardship and trial is to remember the truth of the gospel. But there are practical things we can do daily as we endure.
The Holy Spirit has been given to the church as the power to do what we’ve been called to do – which is what? In this message from one of River City’s Leadership Team, we look at what the church is empowered to do.