If we disagree with another person’s sense of justice, they will appear to be unjust to us.
“He who guards his mouth and his tongue, guards his soul from troubles.” - Proverbs 21:23 (NASB)
Your story is the unique way God drew you to Himself and started the good work of transforming you. You've met Jesus and He's already changed you in several ways. And that's something people desperately need to hear. This series walks you through how to formulate your story and start sharing it. What would it feel like to see God change someone's life through your story? The Christian life doesn't get much better than that!
Like in any relationship, developing a relationship with Jesus takes time and energy. Whether you've just decided to follow Jesus for the first time, or you've recommitted your life to Him, this series of four articles will lay a firm foundation to grow deeper in your relationship with Jesus.
The abundant life Jesus offers you is a journey of faith. It won't happen by accident. Daily surrender is required, but it's not about letting go and letting God. It's about running to Jesus, holding on to Him, and saying "Yes" to what He asks you to do. It's admitting that you can't do it without Him — that you need the Holy Spirit to empower you.
Church. It's whole purpose is to bring glory to the Creator, to worship Him, and proclaim His message of hope and healing in this world. It's a community of people who do life together, who take care of one another, and who are family.
The book of Acts has a lot to teach us about what a life fully committed to God looks like. Are you ready to see what the abundant life is all about? In this four part series you'll work through several sections in the book of Acts and you'll have the chance to talk to a mentor as you learn.
Dating and courtship present such a different world for each single person; some thrive in it, and some just can't wait to get out. Most single people spend time on both sides.
Connecting with like-minded people who genuinely care about one another is a gift we take for granted all too often. But it's not always rosy; sometimes, friendship gets messy.