The motivation of grace will always bear greater fruit than demand or coercion.
The third rung on the character ladder is obedience. Without obedience I will not truly know who I am and I will not experience the best of what God has for my life.Ê
God not only loves those that are His, He prepares Oneness with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit for those who have yet to believe the truth.
If we live in grace, won't that cause us not to do our spiritual disciplines? We are talking about the fears we have about grace.
Why is trust such a key component in fostering a friendship with our children?
How do you avoid falling right back into measuring your standing with God on how you behave. Ephesians 5 gives us insight.
In this week's story from On My Worst Day, we see that in an environment of grace, we are endeavoring to give others the benefit of the doubt when it comes to their motive.
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.
This week we take a short break from the Theology of Jesus series and talk about one of our favorite bedrock verses.
Today on the podcast we are talking about, "if I actually believe in grace, then won't I get lazy and stop striving for excellence?"
Our discussion on the theology of Jesus continues in John.
Will we live our lives catering to a phantom audience? This week we talk about being who you are in Christ wherever you are; without having to manage every possible reaction.
"If we buy into this grace thing, won't people stop giving?" We are talking grace and generosity on the podcast. #gracefears
In the Room of Grace, the mature influence others, not so much out of the power of their position, but out of who they are.