Living our faith is a daunting task. For most Christians, we probably fail more than we succeed. Today, we’re going to look at the example that a man from long ago gave to us. His name was Enoch, and he walked with God.
We spent several weeks looking at what having an active faith looked like. Now we’re going to dive into a look at what Living Our Faith looks like.
Our own Joel McGill speaks to us about what true discipleship looks like.
Faith is an essential, core belief for Christians. If you’ve been around a Christian church for very long, you will come into contact with that belief. However, the faith of a true Christian is supposed to be an active faith. So, how do you keep your faith active?
What a blessing we enjoy in America! We have, arguably, the greatest political freedom of any nation in the world. Alongside that, we have spiritual freedom that God has made available to us through Jesus. We’re going to take a look at what true freedom really entails.
The question has been raised by many people for thousands of years, “Is God good?” While nearly every Christian, on any given day, would answer emphatically, “Yes!” there is always a day or two, a circumstance or three, that will cause even the most devout believer to ask the question. We’re not alone in this…and God has provided an answer!
Father’s Day is a day to honor men who have been and are fulfilling the role of father in a family. It is a difficult challenge, and one that requires a man to carefully consider how he will lead. This message is designed to help a man determine the best way to lead his family.
Injustice is rampant in our world, that cannot be disputed. In fact, those who study such things have stated that injustice is one of only a handful of universal human responses to the world. The source of injustice is clear, it comes predominantly from human selfishness. Obviously, the church should never be the source of injustice, and we should be at the forefront of combating injustice. The question is, how do we go about doing that?
How do you see the people who you come into contact with every day? Perhaps the question ought to be, do you see the people you come into contact with every day?
One characteristic in a relationship that is always key is faithfulness. We have all seen the photographs of the working dog at the casket of their deceased partner. That image of faithfulness is poignant and powerful. What happens when we aren’t faithful? It all comes down to a very special kind of promise, and how being faithful is crucial to that promise.