Hopefully everyone has taken the time to read and consider the devotions for this week in our study: Ephesians. If not, there is still time. There are only three devotions for the week and require only a few minutes to read. That gives plenty of time to consider the questions in each devotion and pray. In … Continue reading God’s Love
Just a quick note about our newest study of Ephesians that started this past Sunday. In case you were not able to meet with your life group or have not joined one yet, this link, Ephesians Study, will provide you with an electronic copy of the materials. There are three devotions per week. There is … Continue reading Study of Ephesians
It always takes my breath when I am able to clearly see God moving in my life. One of the ways I can often tell is when my personal Bible study, Life Group, and the study my wife and I do together coincide with other sources of God's word in my life such as the … Continue reading You Are Rich!
As we come to the end of this study, hopefully we will all pause to reflect on the work God did in us. It has been my prayer that we each experience a personal revival that spurs us to a renewed effort to share the love of God with the world around us, drives us … Continue reading Gospel Revolution – Conclusion
We enter into our last week of this study series with a look at how the gospel holds a depth that we can search for our entire lives. It delivers an answer to the sinner who hears it for the first time, gives answers for the questions of the new believer, and continues to challenge … Continue reading Gospel Depth
Reading through the accounts within the Bible, it is easy to see that we are no different from the people throughout history. We are often caught up in the excitement of whatever everyone else is shouting about. This can lead to following other ideas and beliefs that distract from the one true gospel. We asked Micah … Continue reading Substitute Gospels
Have you ever noticed how often Israel would turn from God, suffer the consequences God promised, and turn back to God. Like them, the stories were read to us since childhood. We learn from the history of Israel that our behavior is not new. Like Israel, we repent, promise to turn from our sins, and … Continue reading Gospel Faith