We live in a confused time. And if we are in an à la carte line, a healthy serving of clarity is in order. So what do Christians believe?
We live in a time when social media and technology has become a part of our daily life. Rick Smith shares five ways to use technology and not let technology use you.
In an age of skepticism, how can we know God truly exists? Through God’s gifts of reason and revelation—His world, His Word, and the Word who has come into the World—we may not only know that He exists, but also come to know Him and trust in Him.
Nika recalls a letter she wrote in 2015 to the women of Watermark following the release of a movie titled Fifty Shades of Grey. The letter she wrote back then still speaks to the release of the sequel coming out this week. May these words be used to honor God, encourage you, and warn of the dangers ahead.
As someone who teaches the Bible for a living, I love asking people about their Bible study plan. Over the years I have learned a few things: 1) most folks do not have a plan, 2) most folks have never been taught how to study their Bible, and 3) most folks wish they spent more time studying the Scriptures. If you identify with “most folks,” may I suggest a few ways to study?
In the wake of the shootings of the Dallas police officers, I started on a journey to learn about racism in America. I wanted to know two things in particular: 1) How can the Church help? 2) What is my part in the problem and solution?
Join us for the six week challenge as we memorize Psalm 1!
Blake Holmes, our Senior Equipping Pastor & Watermark Residency Director, shares the reason why it's important we memorize Scripture. It is not to check a box, but rather to know the heart of our God and follow Him. And the more we know and follow Him, the more our life will truly change for His glory and our good.