Lots of people today don’t take the idea of God seriously. Maybe you think He contradicts science or because many prominent religious leaders are hypocrites, or even simply because you might believe he isn’t relevant in our lives.
I’ve been a part of The Compass Church for over five years and have often heard of the call to “live on mission” or to have a “missional-mindset.” And while I agree with this biblical mandate, I often struggled to understand what it actually means to take this truth and put it into practice.
Sharon and I get to host our GPS Missional Community every Tuesday night and each week there is not a night that goes by where, after everyone leaves, we comment how awesome it is to “do life” with these amazing people.
Last Sunday, Pastor Blair spoke to us about what it means for a woman to be made in the image of God. Similar to last week, Pastor Blair spoke about how womanhood and Christ-likeness are synonymous, just as manhood and Christ-likeness are synonymous.
Considering that we are in the book of Proverbs and will be looking at Proverbs 31 this Sunday, January 24, 2016, here are five things that might surprise you about Proverbs 31. Pay particular attention to the, “a women who fears the Lord”:
As the Gospel grows in our lives, It produces a response that says, “God, no matter what, here I am! Send me wherever you need!” We literally are coming before God and telling Him our life is a blank cheque; use it as any way you can! “Here I am! Send me!” People need to hear about your grace; they need to meet you! “Here I am! Send me!”
When you experience life, faith and culture in a radically different way, as I experienced in Turkey, it leaves your mind full. It takes time to reflect and to consider all that God is teaching me through that experience.
This article is a response to the popular blog post titled “I Waited Until My Wedding Night To Lose My Virginity and I Wish I Hadn’t,” written by a girl named Samantha. You can read her full article here: bit.ly/truelovewaits.
We start out with the best intentions. Before long, however, we always seem to come back to a place of pride and misplaced identity. It's innocent enough at first, and might even have a good foundation; we take pride in this or that aspect of our home church.
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