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The Risen Jesus stands before you. Do you clearly see Him? Are you appropriately responding to Him?
Jesus came for a purpose like none other. His invitation offers us a life like none other.
We triumph in the triumph of Christ.
When the Gospel is unleashed, it penetrates deeply and spreads widely.
God can change the most unlikely hearts and use the most unlikely people.
Surrender to Jesus motivates a grateful and generous life.
Jesus displays God’s power in the most vulnerable moments of life.
He shows even greater power to change the destiny of your life.
God delivers those who want what he wants.
God is jealous for His glory. His revelation demands response.
This week most of our pastoral staff attend The Gospel Coalition National Conference in Indianapolis, IN along with 8,000 of our closest friends. Here are several takeaways from the conference…
Dangerous ideas within faith often persist because they sound and feel vaguely religious. They tend to scratch our selfish itches in subtle ways, allowing us to still feel like we’re being very Christian while serving ourselves.
God has told us to “make disciples of all nations.” If I’m honest, this is hard to do because there are a lot of people groups living in Columbus who are very different than me. I need help beginning new relationships with those who don’t share my culture and, in some cases, my language.
If people are moving to cities, then we need to be where people are. Therefore, we must move, live, and work in cities.
Let’s be reminded of what God has truly called us to…not a building, not a capital campaign, not building our own kingdom. God has called us to multiply devoted followers of Jesus, and we are committed to chasing after that calling no matter what!
As a part of a family, you have responsibilities. You have a role to play. The family of God needs you and you need the family of God. What an amazing invention, God’s family…and we get to be part of it!
What my flesh craves is not what God destined me for, nor what He knows is best for me. He has not only rescued me from my sin, but He continues to save me from myself…
The story of the siege of Jerusalem is not the most familiar story in the Bible. Not by a long shot.
Can there be anything worse than a husband promising his wife he’ll pick up items on her grocery list on his way home, then when she’s unpacking the bags she says, “Where’s the milk? That was first on my list!”
How can a loving God condone or even command the killing of whole groups of people? If we are to trust a deity who seems vengeful, how can we reconcile this with our sense of compassion and justice?