Peter's life brought him to two life-changing charcoal fires—one where he denied Jesus, and the one where he found forgiveness and renewal. Explore the nature of denial, and Jesus ministry of restoring and recommissioning the fallen.
Joe Andrews, now middle-aged, was stopped short one day by the thought, Suppose I got everything I wanted—a better job, a new house, and more leisure time—would I be really satisfied? His honest answer was “No.”
This message probes the effects of Fundamentalism on Mennonite thought in the 20th century, particularly as it relates to the historic view of scripture, and the relationship the written text to the Logos.
Youth are very interested in their personal future, but the future of Jesus' pilgrim church is important too. In Revelations 2, Jesus addressed the church at Philadelphia, who faced real-life challenges, but won. Will your church?
The Bible is the Word of God and reveals God’s will. In the first chapter of the first book, we already read that God created man and woman, male and female, and He made them sexual beings. So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.
No one can deny the fact of death. It was Ponce de Leon who came to Florida in 1569 searching for a fountain of water which would bring perpetual youth to all who drank of it. But no such fountain has ever been found. Ponce de Leon died just as everyone must die.
Who am I? Why am I here? Where do I fit into God's plan? In a world of broken homes, divorce and remarriage, who am I? How can I find Biblical answers for "Who am I?" and "Why am I here?" We are someone by God's design. God designed us to be part(members) of the body(church) of Christ.
Man outside of Christ is in deep spiritual debt because of sin. This debt that we have inherited is more than we can pay. Unlike a home mortgage, there can be no debt restructuring plan, but there are three very important steps we can take to be debt free.