Today we share some of our favorite memories with our families during Christmas. We hope you create many more like these this year.
This week we are talking about how grace is experienced; it takes others to help us experience real grace. Sometimes, we are those others, because there is no one else around to start the environment.
We continue in Ephesians 3, unpacking God's incredible gospel, His gift of grace.
Romans 1: 16-17 For I am not ashamed of the gospel.
This weeks grace fear - If we live in grace, won't I fail to live up to what God wants for me?
So how do you feel an environment of grace anyway?
As we continue in John 15 and the theology of Jesus, we talk about if being pruned as a individual, ministry, or organization means that you have failed or messed up.
A community of grace laughs together. Not that they aren't sometimes inappropriate, but they have more time to let others feel out their humor without slapping their hand. All humor is meant to build up, sometimes it takes awhile for us to get there. It is worth the time.
Thoughts on Ephesians 4 interrupted by David's impromptu kids show jingle.
Why does obedience matter to God and what are the effects when we choose our own way? We are digging into the story of Saul for some principles relevant to today.
How does grace apply to the every day things in life. Today we are talking about seasons of small trials that add up and how grace changes your perspective.
2 Corinthians 5 tells us that we are fully reconciled and already have been given God's righteousness. We are now ambassadors for a grace we get to experience in then now
This week John takes us back to 1982 with a story about the first time he realized how religious he had become and how miserable he was in the midst of it.
Are we to "put on the new self" through a series of diligently kept practices?