We are here to Share God. We are here to give Glory to God. We are here to represent Jesus to the World. We are a lost world’s hope that there is a God, that He cares, and that He wants to connect with them. By sharing with each other, we demonstrate a message of hope to the world.
All of our efforts are wasted if we do not learn to really love the body of Christ.
It’s difficult to receive. Most live by the old adage, “It is better to give than receive.” But, God is the GIVER and we receive His gifts in order to bless others. The stronger we become at receiving, the more powerfully we will bless others.
If you follow Jesus you must get your thoughts in a different place. The kind of thinking you know is not the kind of thinking that will empower you to practically follow Jesus.
Jesus Enjoys Peace. So much so that He fought for peace, but not in the way many wish he would.
Learn to grieve that which is lost. Then, reach out to Jesus in your pain. Jesus cares and will guide you to a new day.
Believing in God, stepping out in faith and forging a path that God has called His children to walk is risk-taking.
Many complain that they do not hear from God. They wonder why they do not experience God’s Presence. Stop to think, “If Jesus walked among us today, where would He be?” Based upon His actions recorded in the Bible, we know he would be among those who need Him the most. Today is about Enjoying Jesus Among Those Who Need Him
Jesus really enjoyed children. In fact, he expected us to learn from children and act more like them. He also expected us to protect them.
“Your body is a temple.” What happens when Jesus invades the temple? Good Times! Jesus enjoys going to Church. Jesus loves preparing your temple for the presence and power of God. Enjoying Jesus When Worship Isn’t That Great.
When we talk about BEING the church, we are not talking about going to church. Being the church requires taking the light of Jesus into the darkness of our world. It certainly begins with our own darkness but radiates from there into our families, neighborhoods, community, and businesses.