Jesus passionately pursued the lost, the sinful, and the outcast, and He has called for us to do the same. In the parable of the sower, Jesus illustrates the importance of the condition of our hearts to receive His Word, and also to spread His Word.
Jesus promised to return when we least expect it. We can get so caught up in trying to figure out all of the details and timing of the end that we lose sight of Jesus’ command to always be prepared.
Jesus is the fulfillment of God’s promises to His people. All of the Old Testament points forward to Jesus, while the New Testament points back to show how Jesus fulfills the Old Testament prophecies and promises. There can be only one king in your heart & life. The question is, who sits on your throne?
What is Baptism? What does it mean and why do we practice it? This morning we take a deep dive into this Christian ordinance to better understand its origin, meaning, and purpose.
We all wrestle with the questions, “Is this life all that there is?” and, “Does my life on this earth truly matter in the grand scheme of all eternity?” Scripture powerfully addresses these questions and more, while also giving us an urgency in our response.
God has built into His creation design several analogies and signposts that reveal Himself to us and also point us to the relationship that He has called us into with Him. Fatherhood is one of these analogies that God has given us, referring to Himself as our Heavenly Father, and calling us to be His…
Jesus utilizes mission as a powerful way to grow and to develop His disciples. When we faithfully and obediently pursue His mission, we grow and mature as both disciples and as disciple-makers.SHOW LESSAllWatched
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.