How might Jesus be inviting you to follow him to unimagined places?
Sermon Tag: 2019
Sometimes we mistakenly think that other people should grow our faith for us, but they can’t. They can’t for the same reason they can’t train for the marathon for us. It’s our race to run. It’s our faith to work out. And it’s God’s pleasure to work in us.
Christian faith is faith in Jesus. So that means that you need to know him. Jesus, as he really is. Jesus, maybe, as you never knew him. Jesus, who never stops surprising us.
For all of our lives, we’ve been taught what to think. The best of our teachers, parents, and leaders will teach us how to think. What Jesus wants is for us to think again: to think like him, to become like him, to love like him.
It’s a lot easier to get there if you know that you’ll make it, and Philippians 1 promises you that you will. That’s faith. The question is, how do we know it - and how do live like it's true?
God's Spirit in us? Yes! God's Spirit is in us, and he bears fruit in our lives. Check it out here.
We talked about the meal, the cross, the grave, and the resurrection - but there is one more day that changed the world. In this week's message, we discover that together so that we can go and share the good news of Jesus with the world around us!
Nothing lasts forever, but Easter tells us that Jesus does. And that fact changes the entire world, not least of all yours. Watch this and see for yourself!
Where can you go that is outside of God’s reach? The Psalms promise us that there is no such place. Jesus proves it true in his death. He took on our death so that we could be assured of life. This really changes things. In fact, it changes everything.
"Look! The Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!” This is what was said of Jesus at the beginning of his work. At the end of his work we see this Lamb slain to accomplish this very purpose. Listen to why this Friday is so good, and how it changed the world forever.