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Safely balancing use of electrical outlets for heaters, decorative lights and other winter additions, with some common safety tips, can make the difference between fond memories and tragedy during a typical winter. Family Life talks with a firefighter to get some practical suggestions.
Our faith life becomes effective, active and powerful by coming into knowledge of all the good things in us...in Christ Jesus!
We have a new identity! Our new identity is key to our new destiny. The first step to divine destiny is to believe you are WHO GOD SAYS YOU ARE!
You see, the Spirit of God was showing me in that moment that He cares deeply for the people here in Arbutus, Halethorpe and Lansdowne and that He has called us to show them God’s Love even if we don’t see the results. It’s God’s plan…God’s way! Our only task is to Follow the Spirit’s lead!
Too often today the American church has a distorted view of what discipleship looks like. We read tons of books, attend classes and seminars, and still miss what Jesus set forth in discipleship. When Jesus began his ministry, he started by calling regular men to come and follow him. He set the example of discipleship by looking to his Heavenly Father and doing what his Father did. He then invited his disciples into relationship with him so that they too could do as he did. In this sermon we examine what it looks like to be a disciple of Christ and to disciple others.
Every person is in full time ministry. We have freedom to choose how we serve God.
When sin entered into the world through Adam and Eve's disobedience, relationships were broken. Both our relationships with God and with others were now hindered. But then Christ came and restored our relationships through his cross and resurrection. In this sermon, Adam looks at four aspects of relationships that we are called to as believers: entering into each other's lives, identifying with one another, forgiving one another, and loving one another.
We are a story formed people, stories all around us trying to inform and shape our identity. Where we were born, our parents, our education, our friends, our jobs & hobbies, what's been done to us are all things we are constantly weighing, assigning value to, and finding our identity shaped by. But the most important story in the way of our identity and shaping who we are is found as adopted sons and daughters of God through Jesus Christ. Through Jesus we can approach God the Father, saying 'Daddy, Father'. In this sermon we take a look at the biblical rhythms of Acts 42-47, but with a fresh look at how these rhythms are outflows of our identity in Christ.
In this message we see the heart of a God who releases captives to a life of freedom that comes through Jesus.
Christianity without Jesus, his truth and the Holy Spirit is hard. And it is rampant throughout the church in America. We know that we are supposed to grow in our faith, and far too often we try it in our own strength, rather than through the Spirit, which is God's design for our growth. Far too often we say 'thanks Jesus for the salvation, we got it from here'. It's just doesn't work that way. In this sermon we look at change through Jesus, what has been accomplished via the cross, what God says about us, the freedom from sin in Christ and how the Helper help us grow in Christ.