Is it enough to be a believer in Jesus? What about being a follower of Jesus? What if there’s more to the equation than being a believer, or a follower…
Following Jesus Christ requires a daily choice, courage to face the cost, and consistency to make following Jesus Christ a reality every day; however, what does a follower do?
Following someone, at least in the sense of following Jesus, means far more than moving from Point A to Point B.
How do we know if we truly are a believer in Jesus Christ? It’s all about love, and how we act in response to that love.
So, does it matter if you call yourself a believer, a follower, or a disciple of Jesus? These terms are used all of the time to describe Christians, but are they truly interchangeable? This week we begin our series titled Believer, Follower, or Disciple?
The last of our Advent gifts, the greatest gift of all, salvation. That’s what the birth of Jesus really means.
The fourth of the gifts that God has provided to us through His Son, Jesus, is that of truth.
Everyone is a person of faith, even those who claim no belief in God. Faith is a part of human existence, it’s just a matter of where we place our faith…
Another gift that God has granted to us is an inheritance. It is based on God’s love and the riches of His grace.
Grace is something that is probably misunderstood by too many people. Unfortunately, grace is also, quite possibly, the most important doctrine of Christianity. Thankfully, we have the information we need to better understand grace!