Christians shouldn’t look like everybody else. Our lives should demonstrate Christ, not the world. But as we lead a life that pleases Christ, we demonstrate His love for us and for others.
The church has often fallen into the modern trap of consumerism. Many attend wanting to know what’s in it for them. But the weekly gathering together of believers has a much different purpose. We are to see it as a time to encourage one another. And between the meetings, we need to make sure we’re connected and connecting.
Paul’s message on Mars’ Hill may be the greatest example for evangelism in the 21st Century.
If you want to have a full life in Christ, you must really thirst for His living water. You need to come to Him wanting to be filled. And when you are filled, He expects that water to flow back out from you.
Jesus loves. Not only does He love, He loves, deeply and sacrificially. He will go to any length to bring back someone who has strayed.
Pastor Bruce uses the backdrop of the infant Jesus’ first visit to the temple to explain three certainties about God.
We hear it all the time these days. People are constantly complaining about how Christians are judgmental. But is judging really wrong? Now when it’s done according to Scripture.
Jesus is the One who is the beginning and end of our faith. To truly honor Him we must allow Him to lead in all that we do.
Many people make resolutions to start new ventures at the beginning of the year. The question is, will you let God lead the way?
As we turn the page on a new year, Pastor Chuck challenges followers of Christ to commit to Him fully.