How you live your life is a choice. You can remain physically alive, yet spiritually dead, or you can come alive in Christ – physically and spiritually alive!
Strong emotions and deep feelings have been expressed across our nation over the injustice and inhumanity we’ve all witnessed. How do you process these emotions?
Because we all have an Adam’s suit, our hearts are prone to wander. Staying true to God won’t happen by accident.
While we are called to honor and respect governing authorities there is a place for civil protests of injustice in Scripture.
No church is perfect because they are made up of imperfect people like you and me.
Too often we are blind to our own cultural conditioning to those who are “different” than us regardless of what that difference may be.
Have you struggled with focus in the immediate crises we are facing in our world?
If you wrestle with control issues, then you understand the frustration, fatigue and failure that Peter experienced when he was trying to control his business and his own life.
What if our greatest obstacle could be God’s opportunity to do something Better than Normal?
Is there a difference between what you say you believe and how you really live your life?