Articles and vlogs by our pastors and ZTeam members.

March 23, 2022

Surviving Is A Choice by Sabrina Calhoun

"He also knew that on some mornings, I would feel dark. So through knowledge, I have learned how to chase the darkness away so that the light can shine brightly in my life."
March 18, 2022

Jesus Was Not Homeless, Part Nine by Larry Huggins

"We know by reading the previous verses that Jesus and His disciples had just arrived in Capernaum. Before they stepped into Jesus' house, someone asked Peter a baited question about their taxes..."
March 18, 2022

Unicamente Solo Dios! by JP Quianzon

"I recently found out that a brother of mine in Christ passed away a few weeks ago. His name was Joel, and he was a quiet, humble, hardworking family man from Mexico."
March 10, 2022

My First Words of Knowledge by Sabrina Calhoun

"That night my mom prayed, asking God for provision aloud as she often did. And I, out of nowhere, told my mom that we were going to see a lady walking..."
March 7, 2022

Jesus Was Not Homeless, Part Eight by Larry Huggins

"Jesus made His home in Capernaum, not Nazareth. Why refer to Him as a carpenter from Nazareth? That’s inaccurate. It would be more accurate to call Him the Prince from Galilee, or the King-in-waiting who lived in a great house in Capernaum. "
March 2, 2022

Jesus Was Not Homeless, Part Seven by Larry Huggins

"I find it strange that people refer to Jesus as the Carpenter from Nazareth. That’s unfair; we don’t call the Apostle Paul the Tentmaker from Tarsus! I once worked on a sheep ranch in Texas, but people don’t call me the shepherd from Val Verde."
March 2, 2022

Father’s House by JP Quianzon

"Reflecting on the way that music reached my ears, I realize The Good Lord was beckoning me back then ..."
February 23, 2022

Jesus Was Not Homeless, Part Six by Larry Huggins

"Let's not over-spiritualize Jesus feeding people. He wasn't just feeding their souls. He was also feeding their bodies."
February 21, 2022

Jesus Was Not Homeless, Part Five by Larry Huggins

"Many people have a distorted image of Jesus as a lonely figure who spent His days in solitude. Are you sure that's right? Yes, He indeed spent seven brief times in solitude for prayer. But that's not the whole picture. Jesus spent most of His time in the company of people. He was a people person."