Learn what "disciple-making" means as Matthew 4:13 becomes the launching point. Jesus taught the disciples to share the Word, show the Word, teach the Word and serve the World. Two simple words, but a lifetime of modeling the Person of Christ.
Nehemiah - Building a city of refuge
We are so excited about starting our new series: “Nehemiah – Building a city of refuge”. Nehemiah was the man who finally rebuilt Jerusalem, after dozens of years of being desolated and several failed attempts. On his story, we can find timeless lessons about leadership, endurance, and mission. As we study the book named after him, we’ll gain insights to build our own community of Refuge, or any personal enterprise you may have.
Taboo: Talking About the Things We Don't Talk About
Do you have questions over gender equality, identity and orientation? How does God's order of creation effect our understanding of gender roles and responsibilities? Which roles and responsibilities are a matter of culture and which are biblically non-cultural? // To find out more about Involve Church, please visit involvechurch.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Sunday we will be ordaining Stephen Blacksmith to the ministries Jesus Christ has called him to. But what is ordination? How does it work? Who is selected and how? These are all legitimate questions, especially in light of the varying opinions and confusion that has surrounded ordination over the years.
Literature of the Bible
Using the gospel presentation to understand God’s story of redemption and how each type plays a part in either introducing the problem, the solution, and the new life.
The Book of Acts
Randy Bradley • Sermon • • 11 views • 24:35
When people are lost we can either sit and wait for them to come to us or we can go to where they are and help them understand who Jesus is. To help them understand who Jesus is we have to try to understand where they are. Where they are in their grief, anger, fear, mistrust, or apathy. We can only understand where they are if we talk to them about what they have been through.