For Whom Have I Come
For Whom Have I Come
Description:Jesus came for the lonely, the broken and the rebelious. He spent little time with the healthy.
Why I Have Come
Description:The Kingdom of God is more about proclaiming the coming God's rule than miracles. It's always more about Him than us.
The Kingdom of God Is Near
Description:Three questions we'll be asking ourselves while reading the Gospel of Mark: 1) What's the character of God and His Kingdom? 2) Who is Jesus? 3) How do we respond?
When God Says No
Description:Transformation means dying to ourselves so that we can become who we were meant to be.
The Perfect Wife and Mother
Description:Mother's Day is everyday. Motherhood is a responsibility given by God, but Motherhood doesn't define a woman. Women, by their fiath in Christ have their identity as God's child. We are not defined by what we do, but who we are.
Description:We don't need what our friends and neighbors have to find contentment and happiness. All we need is Jesus.
Description:A lie is the deliberate misrepresenting of the truth. Lying destroys our relatships with each other, with God and destroys ourselves.
Description:Stealing demonstrates a lack of trust in God's provisions
The Purpose of Law
Description:Only God decides the interpretation and standards for salvation. We can't make them. Only God can do it for us.
Because I Love You
Description:Only trusting in Jesus can defragment our lives.
Description:Adultery is more than the breaking of trust bestween a husband and wife, but between us and God.
Description:We don't need what others have to fulfill our needs. All we need is Jesus.
Honor Your Parents
Description:God designed us so that we would grow in our faith and become the person we were meant to be when we honor our parents.
Your Rhythm for Life
Description:The Sabbath was given as a gift to us by God so that we could become who we were meant to be.
Only One Authority
Description:Only God the fahter, Jesus the Son and The Holy Spirit can consistently meet all our needs and help us deiscover who we really are.
1 Timothy 6:3-21
Description:Diagnosis: Desire for both security and power, and peace in God's Spirit. Prescription: flee from fear and grow in faith.
1 Timothy 5:1-62
Description:the overarching word for how we treat each other within God's Church is "Respect".
1 Timothy 4:1-16
Description:We have been set free to follow Jesus; not be manipulated and imprisoned by "deceiving spirits and things taught by demons" as well as "godless myths and old wives' tales".
1 Timothy 3:1-16
Description:The quailities of Commitment, Character and Compitence in the leadership of the church are vistal for the health, maturity and life of the people of God.
1 Timothy 1:18-2:15
Description:God desires for all people to be saved. Therefore, we are to pray in every possible for even our enemies to come to the knowledge of the Truth.
1 Timothy 1 12-17
Description:Like Paul, in spite of our unworthiness, Christ has trusted us to carring out His purpose in our lives and the world.
1 Timothy 1:3-11
Description:The most import relationship we can have is with God. That relationship is found through belief in Jesus Christ as Lord. The truth of Jesus is found through "sound doctrine" as tought through the Apostles and Prophets founded only on the Scriptures.
1 Timothy 1:1-2
Description:First Timothy is more than a "how to" do church in the first century outline. It is a about how we as followers of Jesus relate to each other and to God.
Description:Jesus doesn't just paste a "like new" sticker on us. Jesus creates in each of us who believe in Him someone completely new from the inside out.
God So Loves - Part 4
Description:Only until we can accept the reality of our parishing, can we appreciate God's love, the gift of Jesus and the true and eternal life He makes possibel through His Son.
God So Loves - Part 3
Description:Everyone acts on what they believe. The question is in whom or what we believe. The reception of eternal life is found in believing in Jesus as Savior and Lord. It's listening and following Jesus.
God So Loves - Part 2
Description:The very nature of God's love is to give us all that we need. The choice we have is to accept that God will provide all we need, not what we want. It's important for us to know the differnce.
God So Loves - Part 1
Description:Our infinate and intimate God loves the universer He created that He came to earth in Jesus to make it possible for us to be with Him for eternity.
God Three in One
Description:All we can know about God is how He chooses to reveal Himself to us.
God the Spirit
Description:The Holy Spirit is God who gives us life, gifts, fruit and truth. Without Him living inside the follower of Jesus there is no life.
God the Son
Description:Jesus is God. The witnesses of His ressurection testify that all that Jesus said and did are true.
Description:We created and wired to worship and love God. To overcome the idols and gods in our lives, we must align our love in the proper order. God must always be our true soul-mate and love.
All from the Heart
Description:The heart is a metaphor for the summation of who we are: our experiences, emotions, thoughts and personality. Like the sou, the heart is hurting, yearning to be whole.
the Need to Worship
Description:We were created to worship. The only question: What do we worship?
The End of the Beginning
Description:In spite of all my circumstances, we are free, have a purpose, are loved and loving because of Jesus.
Promises, Purpose and Plan
Description:Like Paul, God is working out his promises, purpose and plan through us.
More than Just Sorry
Description:Anyone can be sorry and wait, but only those who die can rise and change.
The Unknown God
Description:There is very little difference between people in the first century and people today. We have similar philosophies and worship many gods. But there is a way to share the Gospel.
What's the Plan?
Description:As followers of Jesus we have a common goal with different plans.
Agree to Disagree
Description:The greatness of the Bible is that it contains the stories of ordinary people with all the flaws and disagreements and a gracious and loving God that moves His purpose forward instpite them.
Description:Many congregations get torn apart over sometimes minor issues yet the early church demonstrated what happens when the Holy Spirit is leading the debate.
Telling the Story
Description:Whe we turn to God through Christ the story we live out isn't about me as the central character anymore. It's all about our Heavenly Father and how He choose to live through us.
Description:The Spirit can work in many people and many places all at the same time.
Description:Repenting is onw of the most important actions we can do as followers of Jesus.