Our identity is revealed in moments of testing. Sometimes we learn that our stuff owns us, instead of us owning our stuff.
In this message, we discover that every single Christian is a new creation who has been entrusted with a message. We each carry the message of hope and forgiveness through Jesus, yet we are often reticent to share this hope for fear of offending others or being “weird”. In this message, we are reminded that we have been given a sacred trust, and it is vital that we share the hope of Christ with anyone we know.
When it comes to our relationship with God, how good is good enough? As we continue in our series “Identity Theft”, we take a look at spiritual frauds in our lives, including the belief that God just wants me to be a good person.
We draw our identity from who and what God has designed us to be for, and not what we are against. Jesus teaches us how to live from a grace-driven identity.
When it comes to our relationship with God, how good is good enough? As we kick off our new series, Identity Theft, we take a look at spiritual “frauds” in our lives, including the belief that God just wants me to be a good person.
Rich or rooted? In the Scriptures, Jesus reminds us that life is not in the abundance of possessions. However, we find ourselves seeking comfort in our possessions and wealth as if they could truly satisfy. We must remind ourselves that we are rooted in the gospel and that everything we are flows from Jesus Christ. In Him we have an inheritance that is eternal.