Everything we do is a step in our journey, not the destination. Yet many people stop moving forward because they mistake a milestone for the finish line. In this message, we read from Paul’s letter to the Philippians as he teaches how he is able to press on each day.
Life is a series of choices and consequences. The Bible is full of not just teaching the relationship between choices and consequences, but stories of men and women making both good and bad choices and the consequences that follow. Join us as we look at Psalm 1 to examine the “fork in the road” that each of us face daily.
Today we learn about a man named Daniel. His story teaches us a number of things about conviction and living our convictions publicly. We’ll never know the impact we will make until we stand in our convictions.
What does it mean that there is “no condemnation for those who are in Christ”? God didn’t miss our sin, and He hasn’t overlooked it. The hard truth is that we are guilty of sin, and that there is a punishment attached to that guilt. The grace of God transferred that punishment on to His Son, Jesus.
Change is never easy, but each “new thing” has a purpose in the mind of God. What new thing is God doing in and/or through you? This message gives some practical teaching on being comfortable with the uncertainty of change.
There are so many things in life that clamor for our attention, but Jesus patiently and calmly tells us, “All eyes on me.”
In this message, we examine a very simple, but profound logical statement. You have sinned, but you’re still breathing, and every breath is a gift from God. Therefore, God has not given up on you. We pray you are encouraged as you listen!
Paul faced some troubling, anxiety-filled times. However how he responded in each of those circumstances made him stand apart from the rest of the world. Join us as we examine part of his second letter to the Corinthians and learn how we stand apart with Jesus.
There is a time for serving. There is a time for rest. There is a time for worship, and the value of worship can not be overstated. What does your worship cost you?