We all have dreams and want to see God impact our communities and the lives we encounter. In order to do that Biblically and effectively, we have to be open and humble to allow the Word of God to challenge and change our lives.
Join us as Bro. Bob challenges us with the question:
What good is it to intersect with the Word of God but not adjust to or be changed by it?
"In the darkest places of life is found the greatest opportunity to see the brightest light."
There will be times in life when we feel there is no hope, no future, and we are left to walk in the desert alone. In those times, we must remember there is hope. Many in Scripture have felt this way before and have come through with a deeper knowledge of the goodness of God. Join Bro. Bob as he teaches about Gideon and Jeremiah's journeys through this valley.
We have to remember "we cannot go somewhere with God without dealing with God's agenda."
The details are important. We all like to know the details. We like to know the when, the where, the how, and the who. This is why GPS is so popular - when we journey someplace new or unknown, GPS gives us the details of how to get there, the quickest way to go, and what time it is estimated to arrive.
Our relationship with God is different. Even while the details are unknown, God says I know the plans and I want you to be with me - that is most important.
In today's competitive world, we unknowingly can let our competitiveness sneak its way in to our relationship with Christ. When we begin comparing our spiritual growth with other people, that is a sign of the competitive nature sneaking its way in. Our Minister of Students, Mark Ellison, focuses on Romans 12:1-8 as he discusses what true discipleship looks like.