First, let’s define Momentum: The impetus and driving force gained by the development of a process or course of events. And second, can we agree that in order let new things grow, we’ll have to let “old” things die? Let’s put together an action plan RIGHT NOW!
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.
Why does our church exist? Why do we gather every Sunday? Why do YOU do what you do? It all comes back to purpose. When we identify that, we can put all our focus toward it and create lasting impact.
The Bible has a lot to say about what goes on in our minds. And how much time do we spend each day worrying about things that often never happen? Combat that worry with worship! Replace the uneasy feeling of anticipation with peace.
Think about all the ways in which you make decisions, change directions or move through your daily life. In every way, God is capable of helping you through it—you just have to grant Him access.
You know that time when you found something *really good and you just HAD to tell someone about it? Maybe a recipe, a restaurant, a certain brand or that thing that “actually works!” It’s often more difficult though, to share your experience of church, with God or the Bible. This “thing” that you’ve seen bring real life change for you shouldn’t be hard to talk about. Which is why one of our core values at One Church is “Invest & Invite – Every person matters to God.” It’s important to us that you are able and proud to share your walk of faith with those you know and love.
Kicking off our summer teaching series, called “Sunday Sundaes” Pastor Rick shares one of our first Core Values as a church — that Teaching is for Life Change. How does Biblical scripture apply to our lives? Like the cherry on top of an ice cream sundae, of course! Sometimes the smallest ingredient changes everything.
The story of a woman doing wrong is the heart of today’s teaching. And the reply of which Jesus offers holds the merit. Has there ever been a time in your life when you passed judgement on someone’s actions but when it later came to your wrongdoing, you justified it by what you “meant” to do? We all make mistakes. But what’s the best way to respond to those of others?
The “rollercoaster” of staying healthy can be a difficult one to navigate. But the same can be true for offering love the way that God does. In fact, looking closer at this parallel could offer change to your life both spiritually and physically, forever. And today, guest speaker Eric Hall presents on this exactly.
Recently we’ve watched our country —states, counties, communities, even neighbors—divide into many factions. In a globally confrontational time for us all, it’s never been more important to unite. Not for ourselves but for each other. And because ultimately, we are called to.
What if this year we made it our goal to be more patient and be kinder to others? To those we disagree with. To those we may consider our “enemies”? What if that was the *only* request that Jesus extended to us this year?