Every day we have a choice to make. And it’s the culmination of those choices that add up to our current reality. We are either a victim of our emotions/circumstances or we’re a victim of our choices. Which will you take hold of today?
Watch, listen and engage in biblical teaching from One Church NY. Browse by Series Title or Topic. And don’t forget to take a next-step in faith after you do. Because while knowledge is good, applied knowledge is better.
The status quo is almost always easier to maintain, but it is rarely better to do so. How can you take a step in becoming more “teachable?”
Three things to understand about failure: 1. Everyone fails, 2. Everyone does not respond to failure the same and 3. What we do with failure is a choice. Find out more about we can “fail” in a way that will help us grow in God’s grace and design.
As we think about any area of our life (especially during this time of Coronavirus) maybe we simply need to learn some new things and let go of resistance to change. We must answer the first question: are we teachable?
The first step in making friends that “last” is to know who you are in Christ. Pursuit God’s will for your life, and find friends that support it!
This week, we’re talking about Conflict Resolution—where we resolve to not fight the *each other*, but instead fight *FOR* our relationship. The time we decide to put down our “weapons” (e.g. raised voices, name calling, sarcasm, etc.) and pick-up the power of the Holy Spirit. The power to set aside pride, the power of choice rather than basking in emotion. Take hold of these moments and let’s grow together in faith!