Whenever Jesus met with people He changed their lives. Who are the people in your life that need to know who Jesus is? Who are those hurting around you? Jesus is what they need.
Have you ever noticed all the different places where John 3:16 is displayed? Maybe an even more important question to ask is “What do they believe about Jesus?” What would you say to someone who was curious about Jesus but not convinced?
What does it mean to be a follower of Christ and how come we seem to have such a hard time following Him ourselves and getting others to follow Him? Am I a follower of Christ? Are you?
This Sunday, as we begin this new series, join us as we answer the question of who Jesus is and why that is so important for us to know Him.
Some people equate mercy as saying yes to everything whether it is right or wrong. Others see mercy as an abandonment of God’s standards and truth. The truth is that mercy finds its origins in God Himself and it is one of the key attributes He calls us to model if we are followers of Christ.
God gives us many gifts, talents and abilities, but changing someone else’s heart is not one of them. Changing hearts is God’s job. This Sunday we will looking at the challenge in Matthew 7 that we all have a plank in our eye and how that plank affects our ability to see that we are powerless to change anyone else but ourselves.
We are saved by grace through faith, but God didn't stop there with His grace. He wants us to live by the power of His grace and has given us what we need to live for Him.
Confession can be a hard thing to do, yet it is a biblically rooted principal. With all the things that take our attention away from God (sometimes called false gods), there is much to confess about.
When people talk about you, how do they describe you? Whatever they say, it’s directly related to your character, whether good or bad. The Bible says a lot about the building up of good character, but how do we reflect the character of Jesus so that when people see us they see the heart of God?
No one on earth is untouched by folly. We are born with it and suffer the consequences of our own foolishness and that of others throughout our lives. But foolishness is nothing to fool around with.
We are living in a day when everyone is doing what is right in their own eyes. How should we view authority and recognize it in our own lives?
We live in a time where our affiliations, income brackets, and political leanings keep us divided. We grumble about the people on the other side, and it keeps us from reaching the lost or from being rescued ourselves. Join me as we look at three stories and explore how Jesus rescues and redeems the lost.
We will explore the discipleship process. Our goal is not to go into the nuts and bolts, but to draw encouragement for the journey. The best view of the discipleship process may be the long view but it is also a fantastic view!
Are you stressed out, worn out, overwhelmed? Most of us would probably say yes for any number of reasons; family pressures, peer pressures, health issues, work issues,… It is in this context of life that Jesus offers us His rest. How can we obtain it?