All of creation anticipates the restoration that will come with Christ's return, yet we can experience some of the fruit of this hope not just at some future date, but now!
Understanding that we are deeply loved by the God of the universe is a powerful truth, but one that can be easily washed away in the face of the cares of the world. Surrounding ourselves in Life Group communities allows us to find ways to continually be built up and encouraged in our walk with Christ
We are called to set our hearts on the things above, and yet so often our sin weighs us down. Whether we become too focused on ourselves or with others it is all too easy to lose focus on what we are called to be. Living life in community allows us to cut our anchors, raise our sails, and experience freedom to set our hearts where they should be.
How's your oil supply? Have you been bringing enough to keep you lamp lit and wait out the Bridegroom? Signs are starting to show up everywhere that Jesus is coming back. Are you ready?
Jesus was describing end times by using the example of the fig. As it matures, you'll be able to see when it's ready to be picked. The same goes for Jesus return...and the fig is ripening!
Have you ever had Jesus speak clearly to you and tell you it's time to step out of the boat? That's exactly what the Washburn family is hearing. What boat are you stuck in? This message details the way God calls us to His plan for our lives.
This is Senior Sunday at Ogden Church! Pastor Jack Hickly challenged the students and adults alike in the question: What does success really look like? In a culture of gain/loss, success is typically misinterpreted. What does God say?
Is it better to say no and then do it when God calls, or to say you'll do it and then not obey? The real issue is are you on the right path or trying to create your own.
The harvest is plenty but the laborers are few. Truth from Jesus regarding those who need to know about Him. But what is our responsibility? It may be even bigger than we thought!