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Before the judgment of God, none of us possess a “get out of jail free” card.
Whether blatantly rebellious or sophisticatedly moralistic, no one is righteous on their own before God. We are all guilty.
Because we have not acknowledged God, He has released us to swim in our own chosen cesspool…every one of us.
All of humanity has willfully cheated God out of His rightfully-deserved worship.
To be touched by the Gospel is to be transformed by the Gospel.
The good news you embrace must be the good news God gave…or it isn’t really good news.
We cannot reach beyond effectively and fruitfully unless we are anchored in the foundation that is Jesus Christ.
To see the church continue to flourish, we must invest in the next generation.
For followers of Jesus, what’s next is determined by who—and whose—we are.
Whenever we step out in faith to assist someone in the name of Jesus or speak the truth in love, we experience what the Apostle Paul declared in Acts 20:35: “It is more blessed to give than to receive.”
Celebrating communion together as a congregation is our opportunity to corporately reaffirm our gratitude for Christ’s death on our behalf, testify to His ongoing work in our lives, and give us a taste of eternity with Him.
Most of us probably have a love-hate relationship with mirrors. They help us look our best, but they also reveal our worst.
I have a cup of coffee and you accidentally bump the coffee cup. Now there’s coffee all over the floor. Why is there coffee all over the floor?
How I respond when my freedom is challenged by the exercise of someone else’s freedom reveals more about me than I care to admit.
I am an activist. I want to get up and do something. I want my life to count. One way that I feel significant is if I am busy doing things that contribute to a larger cause. Can you relate?
The question, “What Bible translation should I use?” unfortunately has no direct answer, since the question implies that one translation is better than the others in all instances — and that is not accurate.
Maybe you have noticed something I observed about the uniqueness of Jesus’ life here on earth…
When major disasters happen, God’s people have an opportunity to respond with compassion, love, and mercy that points others to Christ and gives Him great glory. We see people in need and we ask God to use us to show and share the love of Christ in those places among those people.
The Château is in a new phase of challenges as they update their facility to welcome new people and initiate new evangelistic and discipleship ministries for youth and adults.