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Followers of Christ ARE salt and light in our world
How devoted are we to the Lord? How devoted are we to the church? Is there a difference? Would you say if a football player went to practice one day out of five days of practice he would be considered a devoted player? Would you say if a student only went to school one day out of five, they would be a devoted student? What if you were an employer and your employees only came to work one day out of five would you say they were devoted employees? Would you say a church member who only attends church one time out of five opportunities is devoted? To see the power and miracles of the Lord, to see salvations, baptisms and church growth like never before, to see revival spread and the church become as one, will it come when the church is devoted every opportunity or once a week?
The Holy Spirit has equipped each disciple to serve as a member of the body of Christ. It is our part to discover and use those gifts to the glory of God, to the benefit of others and to the growth and joy of the servant. This message will continue to help discover the S.H.A.P.E of one's ministry.
The importance of prayer is almost universally acknowledged within the church, but some may wonder "Why should be pray together?" In this message Pastor Ron gives 4 biblical reasons why Christians should engage in corporate prayer, especially in these troubled times.
To be a disciple of Jesus Christ means reading the Bible and more: it is hearing it and living it. The message will address and seek to give guidance for this mark of discipleship.
This message focuses on trusting in God's character and allowing Him total control of your life.
Sometimes it seems like when we pray our prayers never make it past the ceiling and we wonder if God is really listening or, for that matter, if He really cares. Those seem to be David's feelings as expressed in the first 4 verses of this psalm. But then in the last two verses the mood entirely changes. What made the difference? That question is at the heart of this important and timely message.
Being a disciple means having a relationship with Jesus, the church and the world. When we strengthen any of these relationships we become a stronger disciple. At CentrePoint we want to grow all three of these relationships.