When is it OK to cry out to God? And how should we cry out? Tom Eng explores the Biblical ways of crying out to God in this message based on the story of Elijah and the widow, found in 1 Kings 17.
Sometimes we think that knowing the future would be a good thing, but in reality, sometimes knowing the future gives us no advantage at all. In today's message, Tom Eng explores how we ought to deal with the future.
Merry Christmas! As we look ahead to Christmas Day, join us as Tom Eng explores the what Jesus shows us about God's love, and how God communicates with us in a new way through Jesus Christ.
What do you love? Do you love your spouse? Do you love chocolate? Do you love music? The word "love" is used in many different ways, but what does it mean when we say that God loves us? Listen as Tom Eng explores the love of God.
This week CPC begins a new small group series based on the book "3:16" by Max Lucado. Beginning with the key verse, what Lucado calls the "crown jewel" of the Bible, join Tom Eng as we discover that whether you are seeking God or have been a Christian for your whole life, the truth in this verse remains a life changer.
Where is God when it hurts? When we ask this question, in the light of a seemingly absentee God, the answer seems to be an unthinkable “nowhere”. But in the light of the Ascended Christ, the question is not, “Where is God?” but “Where are we when it hurts? Where is the church when it hurts?”
Listen in as Eugene Huo explores the implications of Jesus' Ascension as we continue our series on Philip Yancey's book "The Jesus I Never Knew".