Genesis 12:1-3 God commands Abram to leave his country, friends, and family to the land that God will give him. Abram is a model for us to obey, in faith, God’s calling.
To understand the mission of God’s people, we must first understand the mission of the Church. To properly understand the mission of the Church, we must understand the mission of God. This sermon takes a systematic approach to better understanding the biblical principles of God’s mission.
This week, special guest Nate Sweeney brings the priority for all believers to know Christ and make Him known. Nate is the lead pastor of Catalyst Church in Bentonville. You can find more about Nate and Catalyst at: www.catalsytnwa.com or you can follow him on twitter at: www.twitter.com/fauxhawkpastor
James 1:5-12. Any believer going through a trial is going to feel weak. He’s going to feel the need for strength, resources, and wisdom to endure in suffering.
Psalm 73. Asaph looks at the prosperity of the wicked and is discouraged that his pursuit of holiness is in vain. He comes to the conclusion that the wicked will come to perish, and that it is good to be near to God The pursuit is not in vain.
Hebrews 2:1-4. The writer of the book of Hebrews gives us a word of advice and warning. To pay closer attention to the message of the gospel so that we do not drift away in our faith
Galatians 6:1-6. Paul shows what the fruit of the Spirit looks like in the life of a believer.
Galatians 2:15-16. The center of Christianity is the gospel. At the center of the gospel is justification. Right standing before God is found by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone.
1 Corinthians 15:50-58. For those who are in Christ, by faith, what remains for us at death is expressed by Paul in two ways: 2 Cor 5:8, “Away from the body and at home with the Lord.” And Philippians 1:21, “to die is gain.”