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There are events surrounding the ascension of Jesus that urge us to realize God's love for us and to see things from His point of view. In fact, the ascension of Jesus forever changed things. While the above statements are reality, if someone is unaware of the changes, then the truths are of no value to the person. Unfortunately the lives of many people seeking to follow Jesus seem to reflect an unawareness of what was changed by the ascension of Jesus. Indeed, due to His ascension things will never be the same. Will the same be said of your life?
Mother's Day 2013 - The work of mothers is not to be considered idle work. Women that honor and fear God are to be praised says Proverbs 31:30. Parenting by example trumps technique every time. Because God is with you rely on faith and not fear. When this occurs your faith will be passed on to the next generation.
The distinctive of Christian faith is that people are brought near to God by Jesus, never by the things they do.
Pastor Steve begins a new series on the Grace App. Listen as he begins to work through the things that Grace lead us to in Christ.
Sometimes we think that because of God's love and grace our sin is no big deal. After all, we're trying, right? Other times we seem to think that God's definition of sin is arbitrary, that he made up the rules just to make our lives difficult to keep us from having too much fun. Still other times, we seem to believe that since God is "in charge," then anything that goes wrong (including sin) is his fault. This message is an attempt to answer the questions, "Why is sin such a big deal to God? How does it hurt God when we sin?"
As we begin our journey into this 1st century story told by Jesus, we must burn all the misconceptions in our head from years of bad teaching. This story was not told to endear us to the nature of a graceful God, but was told to shock and shame his listeners. This story is about the kind of grace that upsets our sensibilities. We begin by looking at the younger son.
Testimonies of Adrian Ciganic and Jonathan Shirk