Life runs on two rails at the same time - a good rail and a difficult rail. Both rails are opportunities for us to trust God. In this message from The Antioch Project graduate, Jeremy Good, see how can we manage expectations in the New Year while riding those rails.
To wrap up our Christmas in Narnia series and to celebrate the birth of Jesus, we tell the story of Christmas through songs and Scripture readings.
In this quick-bite episode Associate Pastor, Brian Cropp goes on a deeper look at the Christmas in Narnia message "The Wardrobe."
There are encouragements to press into seeking God out purposefully as well as evaluation questions to help you hear God as you move from 2019 to 2020.
Give it a listen and let us know what has been a help to you.
Okay, okay... lions are fascinating, and, in a way, so are witches, but wardrobes? They are just fancy storage boxes. At least that's what they are until they aren't.
In The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, this ordinary piece of furniture is actually a portal to the supernatural world of Narnia and serves as a reminder that the supernatural is a lot closer and more accessible than we tend to realize. So the question remains, how do we experience the supernatural in our ordinary lives? Well, step through this humble episode and see.
The White Witch in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe represents the very real supernatural evil adversary that is actively at work trying to separate you from an eternal separation with God. But God has given us access to a greater power and by it we can overcome supernatural evil in our lives and world.