The Gospel carries with it several key implications that define the Kingdom of God. One of those is Human Dignity. This is a HUGE implication that affects nearly every area of our life, and many of our political issues of the day.
The “Moral Majority” has been fighting for christian values and principles in our nation for about as long as I can remember. How is that working out for us? Are we a MORE moral nation today, than we used to be? Or, are we LESS moral? What happened there? Maybe we need a new way of thinking about our values and principles, and a new realization of what we should be fighting for.
Something is definitely different in our culture today. The real question is, is there something different about you?
There are a lot of different reactions to the idea of praying in the Spirit. What does it really mean, and who is it for? This message will simplify and demystify what it means to pray in the Spirit.
Jesus calls us to embrace both halves of the model prayer fully. What are the differences between the first half and the 2nd half? Why are they so different? How will embracing both develop your prayer life?
Jesus’ prayer life was powerful, but it often seems that most believers don’t exactly know how to tap into that power. Scripture gives us a key insight into the power of Jesus’ prayer. If we can tap into this, it can transform our prayer lives.
Doesn’t prayer almost seem illogical? If God is really God, then he knows everything, and already has everything working according to his plan… So why should I have to pray about it?
Jesus himself told us to pray “Your Kingdom come.” Yet we really don’t hear believers praying this prayer so much. Why is that? Maybe we don’t really have an understanding of what the Kingdom even is?
n this new series, we’ll explore what God could do in and through us if we would cultivate prayer in our lives.
Have we become so familiar with “The Lord’s Prayer” that we have forgotten how powerful and how dangerous Jesus intended it to be in our lives?