A radical church is one that simply displays the DNA of her Father. We transform what necessarily must be transformed, and this will be at odds with the world.
Hannah Sudworth is recovering form emergency brain surgery and we are standing in faith for her full recovery.
The Lordship of Jesus and the reality of Jesus sending us on mission to continue the work He started intersect within the context of His Kingdom. We can never place a withdrawal on God’s grace that depletes the resources of heaven.
Jesus describes a Father who loves His children even in the midst of a brother’s hard-heartedness.
God reveals Himself in Jesus, and He reveals Himself primarily as Father. Today is the day to come home.
Jesus, the Good Shepherd, is the only One who knows how to lead us and name us; the only One who knows how to truly speak identity, settle our worth and define our destiny.
Faith has God as its object. Faith chooses to see from God’s perspective. Faith looks beyond the circumstances and expects the impossible. Faith is undivided and holds on to the promises of God.
Two kings are introduced to us in the Christmas story: Caesar Augustus, and Jesus Christ. Despite appearances, only one is the eternal true King.
Just before Christmas, we continue looking at the culture and pillars of Church in the City by asking the question, “Does God heal?” And if He does, when? Why? How? And through whom?
Ken Grenfell visits us from Leesburg, VA to teach on the supremacy of Jesus and the resulting glory we have in Him.