Freedom doesn’t always look “hands-free.” While some situations might cry “no strings attached,” there’s actually a whole lot happening under the surface. Same with our Spiritual Health. In our series called “What’s Next” we talk about how Obedience is the source to true freedom.
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If we’re hoping to get better in any capacity, we should agree first, that Jesus was a *perfect example of being human. Today we get into four different things that Jesus did so that maybe (just maybe) we could do the same.
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.
“…And whatever you do or say, do it as a representative of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks through him to God the Father.” (Colossians 3:17) Easier said than done, right? There’s a lot of things we do each day without giving a thought, care or prayer about how we accomplished it. Today, Pastor Rick let us in on how our routine, daily lives can become a true testimony of hope.
What does protecting our loved ones, lambs in church, Simba and Mufasa all have in common? Jesus. That’s right, JESUS! Today Pastor Brian teaches on this long debated question: Who is Jesus? The Lion or the Lamb?
Forgiveness. Always easier said than done, right? From the smallest things to the biggest offense, is it really possible to offer the love and understanding that God wants from us? Just maybe…
The first theme of Jesus’ “red letters” printed throughout scripture is the call to follow. And not simply to walk the physical path behind but to abandon the selfish ways and desires of our own hearts; to truly lay down our wants and put God above all else. When He is at the center is when we can live in greater peace, love and joy.
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.
On the night when Jesus was born, three wise men came bearing gifts–brought specifically to show support of (who they believed was) their future leader. This Sunday, we find out what those gifts meant at that time in history, the value of what they’d be now and learn how we can join the celebration of the newborn king.
“Anybody feel a bone-deep tiredness not just in your mind or body but in your soul? If so, you’re not alone. Jesus invites all of us to take up the “easy” yoke. He has—on offer to all—an easy way to shoulder the weight of life with his triumvirate of love, joy, and peace. ” Join us in this new teaching series and learn how slowing down—both physically and mentally—can help us grow closer to Christ.
(Based on a book titled The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry by Mark Comer)