Matthew 28:18-20, Luke 6:39-40, John 15. Becoming a disciple of Jesus is often neglected and desperately needed in the church today.
Isaiah 61:1-6. God has called us to love the city that He has placed us in to accomplish ‘The Great Commission.’ Cities are influential and help provide the need and the means of spreading the gospel for transformed lives.
Acts 2:42-47. How the Trinity shows us what love-centered community looks like and how we can reflect the love of God in our relationships with each other.
Revelation 19:1-10. What is most important to God? This is an important question, in answering this question, we can find out what should be most important to us. The chief end of God is to glorify himself and enjoy himself forever.
1 Corinthians 15:1-5; Jude 3-4. While it is exciting when one individual gets the gospel, it takes it to another level when an entire church experiences the gospel together.
Matthew 28:18-20. “All authority in heaven and on the earth has been given to me…” -Jesus (Matthew 28:18) The Gospel makes demands, because Jesus first makes these demands, both with His words and fulfilled in His life, death, burial, and resurrection. As God, He deserves our immediate and total devotion. As the catalyst of the […]
Matthew 28:18-20. Evangelism, or telling others about the gospel, is one of the clearest commands in scripture, and, unfortunately, the most neglected. What is evangelism, and what isn’t evangelism? How do we evangelize biblically, and culturally?
Galatians 6:7-8. If a believer receives a new heart and new desires at the point of salvation, why are there still so many commands in scripture?
Matthew 22:37-39, Isaiah 1:11-14, The greatest way to highjack the church from the gospel is to inject it with the most socially excepted sin: (false) religion.
Philippians 2:12-13. Sanctification is a progressive work of God that makes us more and more free from sin and like Christ in our actual lives. Simply, it is a believer becoming more and more like Jesus.