We all act because we are motivated to do it. What motivates you to act? Fear, guilt, responsibility, honor? In this message learn about biblical motivation to act in a God-honoring direction.
What if we could trust what God says about Himself were true? What would that mean for our moment-by-moment choices? What if we could put all of our trust in God?
Everything is God's, but it's ours too. So what are we to do with that intersection of ownership? What does God want from our stuff? What do we want from God?
God gives a great gift to those who follow Him - the keys to the Kingdom of Heaven! Imagine getting to team with God as he works in the world. The Book of Colossians looks briefly at how followers of Christ are to use these keys in practical ways.
We lead such busy lives it would be easy to put getting any questions about following Christ in the "when I get around to it" category. However, getting the questions answered now instead of later helps you do life better.
Regardless of what is said in the culture, or because of personal fears, there are many people at this moment God is calling to join His Kingdom.
Not only does individual transformation begin when you begin to follow Christ, but God opens up all kinds of good things in the future. In this message, you will get to hear from several people and how God opened the future in a variety of ways.
In order to get traction in your journey with God, you will need to take some intentional steps. There are several that the Bible talks about as well as some predictable (but powerful) roadblocks along the way as well.
Jesus said that He came to this world to give us life - and abundant life at that! There is transformation available in Jesus, and this message looks at what that means.
The good news of the gospel is good not only for individuals but blesses societies as well!
God created you on purpose (and in a meaningful way), to be a part of His story. To the degree we live in agreement with that purpose, is the degree we will see our story as something more than mundane.
There is a very simple reason we tend to see movies... however, for followers of Jesus Christ, there is a deeper reason we have to see movies and understand what they are saying.
When Jesus asks us to move from one level to the next one, we often encounter an unseen, but very real barrier. How do we get past this barrier so that we can get the good stuff?
We spend roughly one-third of our days working at some kind of job, whether that is in or out of the house. What does the Bible say about work and how to use that time to honor God in our effort?
"With great power comes great responsibility." This sentence is not just true of physical power. It is also true of the power of our words. Find out what the Bible says about how to harness this power and use it for good in the world.
Everyone has to live under some level of authority. What are the biblical limits on authority and what are the benefits to leading with authority as well as following authority rightly?
The Bible speaks of 5 vital approaches to life that have a major impact on other arenas like relationships, money, and others. Discover what they are and how the Bible teaches us to approach life.
We'll show the value of serving from God’s perspective and how the most important in His Kingdom are servants.
Our tithe is a percentage that represents the whole of our wealth (and life). When we give a portion of our income, we acknowledge God’s rightful place in our lives.
The Word of God is both a “level” and “compass” for our lives. When we gauge our words and actions by Scripture, we can bring them in line to be straight (or level) and pleasing to God and also points to true north orienting us to God’s will as we face daily conversations and challenges.