Why is Paul so passionate in Galatians 1:6-10? Because his topic is the gospel's person, peace and perspective.
Who should you listen to? Yourself? Doctors? Celebrities? Politicians? What is authority and who has it? Galatians helps give us an answer.
Psalm 110 paints a perfect glimpse of what God is like. He's divine and human, king and priest, off-putting and beautiful. How can this be?
Experts say we live in the Age of Anxiety. How can we live lives free of anxiety in a world bent on filling us with anxiousness?
Psalm 9 tells us that our desire and need for a judge is founded in the fact that there is a Judge for the good, the bad and for you.
Do we all worship something? The Bible says "yes". Psalm 95 shows us that the heart of worship is found in invitation, action and rest.
How we deal with adversity and times of spiritual thirst determines the quality of our faith. Listen in as we discuss the problem of thirst.
If the bible is right and we have all fallen short of some standard, then why don't we all feel guilty? Or do we? What do we make of guilt?
What or who do you run to when trials come? How do you become an unshakable person? Where can we find stability in the midst of trouble?
Who are we? Are our identities defined by our careers, our family, our education? We are all searching for identity. Can we really know?
What happens when we do everything the world says, but are still unhappy? How do we find happiness?
New City Church meets Sundays at 10:30 at the Confederation Park Activities Centre.2212 13th Street NW, Calgary, ABinfo@newcitychurch.ca