There are times in our lives where things can interfere with our relationship with Christ, and we may not even realize it until it’s too late. So how do we avoid these Toxic things and keep them out of our lives?
Have you ever felt like you are drifting further and further away from God? It can be easy for a gap to form between you and God if you don’t take the proper steps to ensure your relationship remains strong. In this series, we will take a look at how to prevent drifting away from God.
Fear and Worry are two emotions that can grip us and tear us apart, keeping us from loving God and loving others. God loves us, and wants us to give our fear and worry to him, allowing us find peace and rest in him.
Responsibility is not a zero-sum game. In other words, if you don’t follow through on your responsibilities, someone else in your life has to pick up the slack. Neglect completing a task at work, then someone else has to complete it. Refuse to pitch in with childcare, then your spouse is left to do all the work. We all need to take responsibility for our own lives.
The way we view our world can sometimes be twisted. We get caught up in what is happening right in front of us and forget what is going on outside of our circle. In this series we will answer 2 big questions in the Christian faith and take a look beyond the walls of our comfort zone.
A follower of Christ is not someone who flawlessly follows all the rules, but one who lives under God’s mercy and grace, and who is accepted by God despite having plenty of human imperfections. For our entire lives, we will have to fight the gravitational pull to become like the Pharisees.
A spiritual roadblock could be an action, thought, or behavior that creates a barrier between you and God. What roadblocks are a part of your life today that are keeping you from being closer to Christ?
Hunter is a freshman wrestler from Bedford High School in Temperance, MI and is inspiring youth to take action. In 2014, Hunter Gandee walked 40 miles with his younger brother Braden on his back in a journey from their home in Temperance, MI, to the wrestling center at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, a trek they dubbed the Cerebral Palsy Swagger.
When we’re pushed to our limit, we have a choice to make. Will we choose the path of least resistance or will we have the courage to take a Stand? In this six-week series, we learn about Daniel and the important points in his life when he stood for God. Covering everything from him being first captured as a boy to the lion’s den to the fiery furnace, we’ll see Daniel and his friends stand strong for God.
As 2016 approaches there is no better time to take a step back and rest in God’s grace. The transfiguration of Jesus in Matthew 17 reveals the importance of the gospel of grace and the destructiveness that legalist religion can have in our pursuit of Christ.