In "Faithful Service" Pastor Tony Nunn points out that living in a broken world often leaves us stressed, lonely, frustrated, or with resentment. Want to feel better? Turn towards hope through a positive attitude by doing things for others! And you don't have to build a whole cathedral by yourself - even the smallest things can benefit both the giver and the receiver.
Pastor Tony Nunn presents part one of his series, taking a look at the motivation and obligation for sharing our story. There are opportunities to share, but we tend to overlook those situations as we're too focused on our own little problems. We should follow Him and do His work, not expect God to follow us and do things our way!
Pastor Joe 'Top Hat' White gives us several stark reminders surrounding the preaching in some of today's churches. You can't rewrite the word of God to fit the ideology of the world! Man's tangible sin cannot be sidestepped by diplomatic negotiation -- Christ really did die in order to wipe away that sin. Repentance isn't popular, can't be ignored, and isn't easy to do -- but pretending it isn't required prevents and interferes with a person's salvation.
Pastor Joe 'Top Hat' White reminds us that in our rush to do lots of "good work", we can get overwhelmed while trying to cover too many bases. Too much "busy-ness" should NOT interfere with our personal connection to the Father. Realize that our schedule of to-do items probably doesn't match the schedule God has for us! Through prayer, communion, and study of the Word, God's plan will become known to us, and that work will be fruitful.
Pastor 'Top Hat' Joe White brings a message that highlights some of the lowlights common to the typical thinking of this world. But even believers find ways to dodge responsibility when the Lord prompts them to action! Know this: the blood of Christ covers all our imperfections, real or imagined. Jesus paid once for all.
Fawn Brents: Theology Proper
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