We often confuse the implications of our faith with the foundation of our faith and end up arguing about details rather than grounding ourselves more and more in Jesus.
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As Paul faced significant challenges and potentially the end of his life, he found Gospel joy in the midst of his journey with Christ. He challenged them saying, "...it is my eager expectation and hope that I will not be at all ashamed, but that with full courage now as always Christ will be honored in my body, whether by life or by death. For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain" (Phil 1:20, 21). Paul was able to find joy and contentment in Christ even when his situation was a discouraging struggle.
There are many stories that are told at Christmas time about presents, decorations, lights, singing, and even Santa. But THE Christmas Story is the Hope of the world coming to save lost people in need of a savior. THE Christmas story is not fictitious like many of the stories told this time of year. Let's celebrate the Christmas Story that matters most, the coming of Jesus.
We are made to be in relationship with one another. Learn how to build and deepen lasting relationships the way God intended.
Four ways that God meets ALL your needs. Also, get to know Kevin Fogerty.
The Christian life is not meant to be lived alone.
We look at Jesus' sermon on the mount, and how He painted a picture of the difference between living a self-righteous "good life" and an actual, gospel driven, generous life.
The latter chapters of the Book of Acts give us a picture of how the gospel gained mileage in the world 2,000 years ago, and how it can gain mileage in our own lives today.