Things that matter…cost. Priceless items, valuable relationships, and worthwhile causes all have something in common; they come with a price.
Cost: The price paid to acquire, produce, or maintain something.
Pursue having your best spiritual year by understanding the high price Jesus paid for your redemption. Follow that with a choice to splurge on personal purpose, right thinking, marriage, and parenting. Thanks for joining us as we investigate costly aspects of life that are worth the expenditure.
At A Cost
Does God have an image problem? Some passages in Scripture paint God to be a sexist, racist, angry, and violent deity. How should we respond to friends who point out these supposed discrepancies? Should these pieces of Scripture be avoided…even discarded? Or is there something to learn from these ancient texts that point to a God who functions on purpose and always out of love for his creation? Pursue having the best spiritual year of your life by deepening your understanding, love, and worship of the God of the Bible.
God…A Moral Monster?
What if kindness was the dominant characteristic of your interactions with others? What if kindness was the dominant characteristic of your family? What if kindness was the dominant characteristic of those with whom you disagree? Pursue having the best spiritual year of your life by allowing kindness to flow through your thoughts, words, and actions. Join ValleyPoint Church throughout the month of February as we search the Scriptures and embark on a kindness challenge.
Be Kind, Please
Happy New Year! It’s time for a fresh start, new beginnings, and hope-filled adventures. What if this new year happened to be the best year of your life? Sounds great, doesn’t it? Is it possible though? If you want to have the best year of your life, pursue having the best spiritual year of your life first.
As we step into the unknown space of 2018, chase having the best year of your spiritual life by choosing a verse (or two) to anchor your soul. Life Verse 2018 is here! It’s a tradition unique to ValleyPoint where we start the new year focused on finding words from God that can challenge, encourage, and sustain.