In the final sermon in our series on the radical church, we learn that we, as the church of Jesus are doing so much more than “life together”… we’re on mission together as a radical people.
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.
“Working out our salvation” involves us not standing on the sidelines, but rather engaging God as a church and as individuals, listening to and obeying all that Jesus commands. It’s not for nothing– it’s “to fulfill His good purposes.” RESPONSES:
God is sending us, His sons & daughters, into the world to participate in His grand mission of reconciliation.
The story of Christmas – in fact the good news of the gospel – can be summarized in one word; Immanuel, which means God with us.
God can be known. In fact God desires for us to know Him! And to that end God seeks us and sends Jesus as our angel of the Lord.
God wants us to understand the heart behind the Great Commission and how we are called to live it out in the relationships He has entrusted to us.
The Great Commission and Finances. Learning obedience that comes from faith in the area of our money.