This past Sunday we celebrated and released Nate & Jamie Tubbs, along with their kids, Silas, Brave and Vale, to pursue God’s heart in the westside neighborhood of The Island. Recorded at our Sunday Celebration on October 16th, 2016.
love God Tag
The way to respond to God’s promises is to ask “How can we partner with God in order to prepare for Him to answer in His perfect time?” Ultimately, whatever God has called us to will only ever be achieved if we long for the loveliness of Jesus more than…
God has given us a sure identity and a rich calling as believers, as the church, and as individuals.
Loving with Father’s heart makes our actions worthwhile. We can think and do many things, but, without being motivated by a love for God, we will tend to find our value in achievement or self-promotion. Knowing God’s love for us will protect and sustain us, and enable us to love…
As the people of God, we need to rediscover the breathtaking privilege of enjoying God’s presence. When the world sees us loving His presence they know Jesus is from God.
Love is risky; there are no guarantees It puts us in a position that is vulnerable to another’s free will but this is how Jesus loves us (while we were still sinners) and how we are to love others.
Love ‘Hotly’: Beyond Comfort and Culture (Rv 1; Ac 15) – LOVING AS WE HAVE BEEN LOVE part 5 – Mat Philip
A reminder of God’s call to His people to step out of our comfort zone and love deeply as we advance the kingdom. This sermon reminds us of the heart with which the Apostles crossed boundaries to share the love of Christ, and the incredible destiny in store for those…
When we gain a revelation of how God sees people and nations — and our enemies — we can, by His Spirit, extend the compassion, mercy and forgiveness of Jesus. We give what we have received, and we co-labor with our loving God.
God has called us to show and tell the gospel of Jesus in loving words and actions to our neighbors — but, “Who is my neighbor?” “Who is my neighbor?” Artwork by Daniel M. Granitto.
How do I love myself well – like Jesus loves me – so that I can love others?