Posts with the tag “humanity-of-jesus”

Hope for Our Humanity
by Meghen Haggard on March 27th, 2024
By Meghen Haggard: As we have journeyed through this series on the humanity of Jesus, I have found myself most drawn to Isaiah’s prophecy of Jesus as a “Man of Sorrows'.”   Read More
by Pate Leigh on March 25th, 2024
By Pate Leigh: When I think about sorrow, I initially squirm a little. I kind of don’t want to go there because it can be scary. It can be dark. It can feel like something we, in the modern world, would call “depression,” or at least… a form of it. I like to break things down, so let’s do that.   Read More
Man of Sorrows
by Rachel Edwards on March 22nd, 2024
Guest Author | Rachel Edwards: If you’ve ever been called “sensitive” or “emotional,” you may feel shame over your emotions or for feeling disappointment; but we have a friend in Jesus who recognizes our emotions and helps us process them in a God-honoring way.  Read More
Jesus Did, Too
by Heather Hamilton on March 20th, 2024
By Guest Author | Heather Hamilton: Do you ever find yourself in a situation or season and think, ‘No one else truly understands how I feel’? Yes? I’ve been there, too.  Read More
The Broken, Now Chosen
by Mike Adkins on March 18th, 2024
By Pastor Mike Adkins: “When God chose you, He didn’t choose a perfect you; He chose the broken you.” – Pastor Aaron Kennedy   Read More
All Who Are Weary
by Christy Hubbard on March 15th, 2024
By Christy Hubbard: As Jesus was walking along, he saw a man named Matthew sitting at his tax collector’s booth. “Follow me and be my disciple,” Jesus said to him. So Matthew got up and followed him.   Read More
The Humanity of Jesus
by Rebecca Alfred on March 13th, 2024
By Guest Author | Rebecca Alfred: Aside from saving my eternal soul, the greatest thing Jesus ever did for me is to carry the weight of my shame, my heavy burdens, and my broken heart.   Read More
The Company You Keep
by Joy Kimbril on March 11th, 2024
By Joy Kimbril: “A good friend is…” We all probably have different ways of finishing this sentence. As a Christian, I think the most important way to finish this sentence is “...someone who points us back to Jesus.”   Read More