“Who Am I?” -- The Bible tells us that the true identity of every believer is found ultimately in their union with Christ.
The gospel of John, written by one of Jesus’s closest followers, gives us a rich understanding of the identity of the Messiah by recounting Jesus’s
own “I am” statements.
Over the course of 14 lessons, Our Light and Life will help you gain a rich understanding of the personal character of Christ, told from Genesis to Revelation and grow in a rich understanding of who you are because of Him.
Our Light and Life is available through the link below and on Amazon.
Christmas songs are filled with declarations of joy, peace and silent nights, but in reality the days around Christmas are often more reflective of our busy schedules or anxious hearts. Let Earth Receive Her King offers you a place to slow down, to be refreshed and renewed this Advent season.
This 25 day devotional provides:
May Let Earth Receive Her King provide you or your family with space to focus on God’s story, His promises, and the beauty of His unchanging steadfast love.
What stories will historians tell about COVID-19? They’ll include the death count and rate of contagion, along with all the relevant statistics. They’ll detail the rise and fall of the market and the actions of key world leaders. Hopefully, they’ll even tell of a miracle drug created through collaborative effort and distributed to the masses. Points of data and analysis will help make sense of the crisis. Yet, to get a full picture of life in the time of Corona, we need the stories of regular people navigating an upended world. Christ in the Time of Corona explores what a life of faith, hope, and love looks like for some of the people living in a global pandemic. Written by Christians under social distancing orders, these stories and essays offer a snapshot of how work, relationships, and worship were altered overnight and what broken, trying-to-be-faithful, often-failing, Jesus-following people did and thought during this time. May you find Christ even in the time of Corona.
While our church doctrine teaches that men and women are co-laborers and co-heirs in Christ, does our practice reflect that truth? And what do we lose in our failures? To serve effectively together as brothers and sisters, we must be able to speak about good and hard things. These essays by our sisters and mothers in the church can help us know, grow and do better. Here are redemptive celebrations, gentle corrections, and winsome invitations from the diversity of women God has given as gifts to the church body. Read and listen well so that may we better serve each other and God's kingdom.
Prepare your heart for the coming of Easter with 40 Biblical reflections. Written by female alumni of Covenant Theological Seminary, we hope these devotions help you slow down and savor the cross of Christ
during the season of Lent.