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The Trauma of Hagar

The Heart of Treasure

Identity and Influence

April 14, 2024
Clint Wilson
Matthew 6:19-26
Generosity is found less by facing greed than by facing fear, which is the root of greed. Sobering as it may sound, Jesus tells us that the path to overcoming our worldly worry is to accept that much of what we treasure will be lost. Only his Kingdom is eternal.
April 7, 2024
Leo Schuster
Matthew 5:14-16; Revelation 21:1-6
What biblical themes animate City Church’s vision to renew Houston? How might this kind of church address cultural trends?
March 31, 2024
Leo Schuster
Acts 9:1-8, 17-19; 1 Corinthians 15:3-8
The New Testament author, Luke, was so taken with the story of Saul of Tarsus that he couldn’t stop telling it. It’s a curious case study of the power of Easter to change a person’s life.
March 24, 2024
Leo Schuster
Romans 8:31-39
When we’re struggling, what do we really need? In these concluding words from Romans 8, a high-water mark in the entire Bible, Paul shares words that can lift us and lead through even the most challenging of circumstances.
March 17, 2024
Clint Wilson
Romans 8:18-30
Though far from comfortable, true spiritual growth leads us into the heart of suffering, so that we may taste more fully the goodness of the hope of Christ—who was himself no stranger to pain and loss.
March 10, 2024
Dr. Matt Lee
Luke 10:25-37
Essential to spiritual growth is going out of our way to care for the practical needs people face. We can sacrificially enter in to other people’s suffering because Jesus did so for us at great cost.
March 3, 2024
Leo Schuster
Romans 7:14-25
How do we change? What do we do with competing desires within us? Here we’ll consider different paradigms for spiritual growth and what a healthy and hopeful way forward might be.
February 25, 2024
Leo Schuster
Romans 6:1-7
Grace is a radical concept. If it grabs hold of us, it will absolutely change us–not making us different versions of ourselves, but new people altogether. This new identity means we’re no longer struggling to be free, but free to struggle.
February 18, 2024
Leo Schuster
Romans 5:1-5
While suffering is often listed as the reason why people struggle to believe or disbelieve in God, it’s curious that for the Apostle Paul it is central to spiritual growth and what it means to flourish in life.
February 11, 2024
Clint Wilson
Mark 10:46-52
Jesus came to serve not the religious, but the relegated, not those in possession of might, but those in want of mercy. The figure “Blind Bartimaeus” provides us a model for how realizing our need for Christ’s mercy lies at the very root of our faith transformation.