we have been called since the moment of our creation to live in community and to work things out together
I received a tradition from the Lord, which I also handed on to you: on the night on which he was betrayed, the Lord Jesus…
photos from a good fall weekend here in North Carolina
Worship - together - is a critically important element of living faithful lives. It brings what is important into clearer focus
...capes and masks, strutting around, making faces, talking trash, showing the kind of enthusiasm, love, and commitment the gospel always brings out when we let Jesus be our guide.
We are moving forward, back to The Garden.
I don't care if you're a teenager in school, a business-owner, retired, a stay at home parent, or the pastor of a large congregation, the choice to spend an hour or so in church on a Sunday morning is a simple decision with deep implications.
"There is no community, no growing together in faith, no reaching out in mission, no real encouragement, and no accountability watching Osteen (or some other preacher) on TV..."
So who are we? Are we an invitation... or a barrier... or a lighthouse... or a gatekeeper... or a discouragement... or an ambassador...?