We can’t talk about the gospel and Christ and not talk about his bride. Through the church the manifold wisdom of God will be revealed to our society.
As Christians, we are perpetually casting gospel seeds for the harvest.
The Gospel is our only hope, not the beginning of our faith, but the beginning, middle, and end.
Jesus is our Savior, but also our example. When we see the way he sacrificed himself in love, we see the suffering to all Christians are called.
What is your role in the mission to make Christ known? What holds you back? Who can you pray for to know Christ?
Belief is the foundation for all of our prayer and service as Christians.
As unique members, we all have different skills and abilities within the Church. God wired us to find our roles and serve in them for His glory.
In Matthew 28:16-20, Jesus takes his disciples to a mountaintop and reveals a promise that holds true today.
Every generation has its struggles, but how do you make disciples in this generation that exalts individual truth and morality?
We must go, baptize, and teach if we are to make disciples for Christ.
Before we can rightly serve Christ through the Church, we need to be clear on what our mission is.
Every Christian is called into the Church and therefore called to the Mission. Opposition and persecution are promised, but so is salvation.