Peace is something many of us seek in this world. How does God promise us peace? Where can we find it? Where does peace come from? As a fruit of the Spirit, we are given peace unlike what the world can experience.
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Do you continually chase after things you think will bring you life? Jesus helps us out of our state of eternal death, and he also seems to know we need help staying out of our grave clothes too!
In a world full of court rulings, ISIS beheading videos, and our own indwelling sin, the Church needs to hear the message of Hebrews afresh. The author of Hebrews gives us many arguments for why we should feel encouraged to persevere!
A full explanation on this popular phrase (you may have heard) and how it is sensible, Biblical, and affects every aspect of your life! You can be most happy and most God glorifying at the same time! This message will change the way you think about your faith and life, just like “#SuperSermons” should do!
Luke 6:43 – “No good tree bears bad fruit, nor does a bad tree bear good fruit” Galatians 5:22-23 is one of the most memorized scriptures in the bible. This scripture speaks of the fruit that comes out of being part of Jesus and having the Spirit within. It lists many different flavors of the “fruit” that should be produced
We are excited to finally be announcing this long awaited idea of recording some round table discussions with the guys! Here is everything you need to know to get involved. So please do! Looking forward to discussing life with the brothers!
As a former DJ and a musician, Andy gives us an honest, insightful, and deeply challenging look at the music we listen to and how it both reflects what is in our heart as well as enforces what goes into it. You cannot read this without being challenged!
The greatest commandments. The first fruit of the Spirit. Love. But are we loving as God actually commanded us to? What does it mean to truly have “love” as a fruit of the spirit? How does this play out in our lives? Nolan examines some key Bible verses that help us begin to understand what this really looks like.
Doing gospel ministry well means doing administrative work, teaching, and a great deal of relational work. One of the most important aspects for everyone is the relational aspect, but it is usually the most complex and difficult. Dustin breaks this down four types of relationships that we must understand.
In a previous post, we talked about being “born again” and what this means. Now let’s look at WHY we need to be born again and know we’ve experienced this “new birth”. Because without understanding this, God’s word says you’re dead!
This is just a little something for us “Bible nerds” and some humorous entertainment for your day.
Also, you have to admit it’s just plain impressive!
I believe there’s one and only one way to know if you are truly loving and being loved. If you don’t know this, or the person you are expecting to love you doesn’t know this, then you can be sure you aren’t actually loving or being loved.
What did Jesus mean when he said, “You must be born again” and what do many Americans seem to think it means? There seems to be a big difference. This difference is a big problem for anyone thinking they’re “saved”, because a closer look at scripture shows being “born again” is not something you and I just say.
Have you ever wondered why God has gone to such great lengths to save mankind and build his relationship back with us? We hear that he “loves us so much” and he’s “obsessed with us” but also that “all is for his glory!” So which is it? Is he all about us or himself? Which is right? Can they both be? Lance examines some scripture and reasoning that will help you figure this out.
Have you ever had those times when nothing seems to go right? When you can’t seem to catch a break? When you can’t understand why things are happening? Meiko tells of a recent personal time this happened and the reassurance God can give. Can you relate?
Do you believe the Christian life can be lived alone? Lance makes a biblical case for why, if you are a Christian, you will be a member of a local church. No exceptions. Do you agree? What’s your experience with this?
From the very beginning, man has been involved in an elaborate rescue plan by God that we can see written out through the whole Bible in great detail. Man got lost, but God didn’t abandon us. Do you know the rescue plan?
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What if we have more power to influence, encourage and motivate our brothers and sisters around us than we even realize? Nolan challenges us with some tremendous points and explains why it’s absolutely essential we learn to be these kind of men! What do you think? Have you experienced this?
This fly-through video of the largest image ever taken (recently released by NASA) will take your breath away. Then when you get your breath back, you’ll probably worship or make something super creative. Prepare to have your mind blown by God’s creativity and power.
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