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Following Jesus now is your next step.
Followers of Jesus are bonded in community and live out an otherworldly pattern of life.
When the King is honored, all of His subjects are overwhelmed with pride and humility.
Our hope is built on nothing less than Jesus’ blood and righteousness.
Faith is our initial and ongoing response to God’s grace, highlighted in the person of Jesus.
Grace represents God’s gift to us, and the character and calling of those saved by Him.
We are bound by the Scriptures. Our conscience is captive to the Word of God. Here we stand.
God always gets the decisive at-bat, and it’s unfathomably good for His people.
You can be faithful through the curveballs of life when you embrace the Author of your story.
The reality of the Gospel is that our cross is not burning, but that it’s bleeding. The bloody cross of Christ is where God and man meet and where we become one with our brothers and sisters from all backgrounds.
An unavoidable side effect of working at a church as a Pastoral Intern is that you are around God’s Word all the time. Seemingly every picture on the wall has a Bible verse in it, every meeting opens with a devotion, and every conversation is in some way theological.
Grace is the name we have given to our church. We believe in grace. We preach grace. Around our property are signs declaring “Welcome to Grace.”
Each year God used the time at these conferences—both as a student and then later as a leader—to speak to my heart. This year was no different, but what I think made this year even more special for me was that I saw Him do these same things not only in my heart but in the hearts of everyone in our group.
Jesus spoke of relationships when He summed up the whole of the Law and Prophets in Matthew 22:34–40: love God with everything you are and love your neighbor (other people) as yourself. It all comes down to relationships, both the vertical and the horizontal. A way we show our love for God is loving people.
Jesus gave everything so that we could be reconciled to God. It was because of this that we so we willingly laid down our lives in order that others might hear and know that good news!
While reading does come more naturally to some than others, I do think there are things everyone can do to improve their reading in both frequency and quality. You can become a reader.
Sometimes the hardest place to begin to reach the nations is in your own neighborhood.