Many people have different perceptions of who God is. The most important question, however, is who has God revealed Himself to be? He has given us His inspired Word and also revealed Himself to us in His creation. Join us for this important discussion to better understand Who God is and why this question matters…
Jesus spent most of his earthly ministry pouring into His small group of the 12 apostles. He called them to not only follow Him and enter into relationship with Him, but to also join this group and to experience community and fellowship with one another. Likewise today, God uses small groups as one of the…
Jesus calls and develops His disciples, and gives them the Great Commission to go and make disciples of all nations. Jesus used various settings, groups, and contexts to call and to develop and mature disciples. This week we are looking specifically at how Jesus utilized large group settings for discipleship, and how that applies to…
Jesus calls us to follow Him. This entails living and loving like Jesus.
We often focus so much on the Great Commission, that we neglect Jesus’ “first commission” to first and foremost be his disciple. This is not a one-time decision but is rather a lifelong commitment to follow him each and every.
Jesus challenges our definition of greatness. He tells his disciples that the last shall be first and that the first shall be last. This goes far beyond mere teaching, however, as Jesus’ birth, life, ministry, and sacrificial death powerfully demonstrate and exemplify this definition of greatness. Jesus comes to earth, not to be served but to serve. This was a challenge to James and John, and it remains a challenge to us today to pursue greatness through humble servanthood.
The Christian on his knees sees more than the philosopher on tiptoe.
– Dwight L. Moody
God is the same God in every day of your story
“On these two commandments hang the whole Law & The Prophets.”
– Matthew 22:40