How can we find and live out our authentic identity in a world of others' expectations? How do we become fully ourselves while also living in community? In Peter's address to his readers, we find a key to an authentic and appealing identity.
The gospel, not the Bible, is the standard of the Christian life. This might sound heretical, but that's just because we've forgotten how to hear the gospel.
Ken Shackelford teaches on the church's great "co-mission" And, here's the screencast 🙂 https://sermons.faithlife.com/sermons/491304-family-business
From Romans 16:21-27, the thrilling conclusion of From Faith to Faith: Click here to view it in virtual reality! (Okay, it's just the screencast, but it's the same visuals we used live, so it's virtually like being there.)
Message #30 in From Faith to Faith on Romans 15:14-22: Here is the screen cast if you want to see the geeky difference PowerPoint makes.
Some of the commands in Scripture sound oppressive sometimes. Take the first and greatest command for instance, "Love the LORD your God with all of your heart, all of your soul, and all of your strength." Really?! Don't I get a break? What about when I'm disappointed in life or worn down through constant struggle? … Continue reading Rejoice Not