In this series we look to follow Jesus more closely by discovering His commands.
We all have a unique role to play in sharing the gospel. The command to go make disciples applies to everyone who says yes to following Jesus.
Believing in Jesus isn’t an emotion, it’s a devotion to Him and His word regardless of how you feel.
We should rejoice when we are persecuted for Jesus’ sake because we can be counted worthy of being associated with His sufferings.
Jesus is still inviting those that may feel as if they aren’t good enough or insignificant. How are you loving the least?
Jesus stands at the door of our hearts, knocking. But unless we turn from our ways and let Him in, we cannot realize the blessed life.
We may not know the day or the hour of Jesus' return. But staying connected to God, and each other, will help us recognize the signs of the times.
It’s easy to be critical of others. But one of the benefits of drawing near to Jesus is to realize we all need Him.
Jesus longs for us to have a passion for prayer. Not just for ourselves, but mostly for others.
We serve a God that desires to have a relationship with us. But how can that be unless we draw near to Him in His word.
In Jesus' sermon on the mount He mentions three related commands about our stuff, our anxiety, the Kingdom of God, and how they are connected.
When we hear the word repent, many of us think it's about doing better. But what if it’s something deeper?
As we continue our summer series on The Commands of Jesus. Pastor Brian shows us the different between God's love vs. what the world thinks about love.
The bible says the greatest commandment is to love your God and your neighbor. But are we really doing that?