Everything we have is not just for our benefit, but for the benefit of others. When we are given much, we are expected to spread that blessing, so it touches many lives.
Who are we to judge? The true judge is standing at the door, witnessing when we choose judgment over grace.
Sin isn't just what we do, it's also what we don't do. When we ignore God and His promptings, we can miss out on incredible opportunities to be His example in the world.
Are you a friend of God or a friend of culture? When these two forces pull in opposite directions, do we have the courage to choose goodness over convenience?
Is our faith all talk and no action? This week we explore how we can instill our faith into more than what we say, but also what we do.
Do you wake up in the morning and feel like a saint? If you’re shaking your head then you’re not alone; most of us don’t. But, God tells us that even in our brokenness and sin, we are still righteous in His eyes.
Are you representing Jesus at home, work, leisure and on social media? God tells us that we are His ambassadors - meaning we are empowered to be His voice, hands, and heart in the world around us.
Ever look at the world around you and feel out of place? You’re not alone. When we witness suffering, sin, and disaster we can take comfort in knowing that we are foreigners here and our true home is waiting for us in heaven.
Many of us derive our identity from our family. When we don’t feel like we have a home where we belong, we can feel lost and alone. But, the good news is we are all children of God - meaning we have a place in His family and we can feel at home wherever we go.
Are all religions basically the same? Is a god by any other name still God? To close our series, we will explore what it means that Jesus declared Himself the Son of God and the true way to salvation.