Making Disciples Who Make More Disciples

Sermons on Church

The Politics of Jesus

This week’s message takes a fun look our current political context, and how it interacts with the Bible. Of particular interest is how Jesus operated within His politically charged climate, and how the New Testament Church followed in His footsteps. There is guidance for those of us today looking for Biblical answers on how to live godly within the political environment of our world.

Transforming Lives Like Jesus: Radical Living

Jesus while on earth lived his life in such a way that he transformed people lives through grace. We as Christ followers and possessors of God’s grace are called to do the same. In Jesus prayer for His current and future followers he prays for a radical style of living. He prays that His followers would not belong to the world, yet that at the same time they will not be taken out of the world, John 17:14-15. What does this look like?

God of Relationships

God within Himself models our need for life giving relationships. The book of 1 John highlights this relational need within the concept of fellowship. Our fellowship with God necessitates our fellowship with others in relationship with God and our need for continual cleansing 1 John 1:5-7. Listen for more of the spiritual dynamic that makes the body a necessity not an afterthought.