Casey begins our once a month series on Old Testament heroes by sharing about how a cynical laughing old lady can help us see Jesus in the midst of our own pain and suffering.
A way of life that actually works includes resting well. Casey shares on what God has for us in rest and how, in our busy, hurried culture we can accept the invitation to find rest for our souls.
When things our lives are going well, it’s easy to see the goodness of God. But what about when things aren’t going well? Is God still good? Casey shares some personal stories where she has asked very question when life isn’t going the way she wanted it to go. But in the end she explains how God is still good, even when we question His goodness.
In this series, we have been looking at the life of Moses and what God has to teach us from his life. Casey shares on what we can learn from Moses and Aaron in Exodus 32 about how we train well and prepare to lead and love well.
If there is one thing we have learned from our study of the Sermon on the Mount, it is that Jesus doesn’t shy away from difficult topics. Casey shares on what Jesus has to say about divorce and our marriage covenants.
Casey shares a Christmas day message about how fear can often steal joy God intended for us, but she teaches us that if we allow Jesus to be the Lord of our life, we can receive overwhelming peace.
Casey dives deep into the 9th commandment and explains that it means more than simply speaking factually accurate statements. God wants to us to use our words to liberate others because He first liberated us.