Check out this year’s Easter message from Ephesians 2. You won’t want to miss the testimony by Mike and Melody.
Listen to some testimonies of hope
“The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God…” So Mark begins. In a time of angst and longing, miles from the capital city, a way of hope is prepared in hearts for the powerful Son of Man who “came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life…
Peter had a calling from Jesus Himself to strengthen believers. In this passage he does that very thing by calling us to appreciate our resources in Christ and our responsibility to make the most of them by faith.
Wrap up and review of 1 Peter.
In times of trouble the Chief Shepherd’s flock must follow Him together in God’s designed order. Together we are to practice humility and cast our anxiety on the Lord who cares for us.
When we realize we live on the brink of eternity it brings urgency to our lives which shapes our attitudes and actions.
If we’re going to rise from the quicksand this world is sinking in, we must cling to hope in our risen Lord Jesus Christ.
Standing Firm isn’t just for when we step out the door. Ideally it begins in our relationships at home. Here Peter passes on marriage wisdom straight from the heart of God.
It may sound strange but standing firm sometimes means submitting, serving, and suffering.
The Christ follower in this world lives in a constant paradox. We are elect but we are also exiles. We suffer grievous trials but glorious treasure is promised. We love a Savior we have not yet seen. We are both beat up and blessed beyond our wildest imaginations. To persevere we must have the proper…
Passively waiting for God to automatically make you more like Jesus is like taking a nap on a weight bench and expecting to wake up ripped. Spiritual growth is impossible without the Holy Spirit. But it’s also impossible without our active cooperation. Check out this message for 3 essential components to boost your Spiritual Training…
Not all false teaching leads to orgies and seances. Satan is way too crafty for that. Some of it actually sounds kind of holy: “Really spiritual people don’t do this. If you’re really committed, you won’t do that.” But in the end it can cause us to doubt the goodness of God and His gifts.…
Collecting offering and ushering. Is that all there is to being a deacon or is there something more? And what lies at the core of the church that leads God to care so much about its leadership?
CEO. General. Whipping boy. What’s your picture of church leadership? How does it compare to God’s description of elders?
Men and women are both created in God’s image, are equally valuable in His eyes, and have a significant impact to make. Does this mean our roles in the church are the same? Can you believe in different roles without being an arrogant and annoying antique?
Imagine if you asked God, “What do you care about in the church?” and His answer began, “First of all… ” Would you be curious about what came next? If so, check out this message.