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Renew Your Mind: You Are What You Think

As followers of Jesus, sometimes we think too little of ourselves. After all, we are children of the King and heirs to the throne! At the same time, we often think too highly of ourselves. Without Christ, we are sinful and fallen. Biblically, we must recognize the power of our thoughts over our character and destiny... "we are what we think."

Renew Your Mind: We Need a Mind Makeover

According to the Bible, the “renewed mind” is initiated by the supernatural work of God. To have the mind of Christ is to think like Jesus thinks… to love the things that Jesus loves and to despise the things that Jesus despises.

New Ministry

In 2 Corinthians 5:18-19, Paul informs the Christians in Corinth that they have been commissioned to bring the message of God’s reconciliation to the world.

New Name

We are citizens of heaven, representatives of God’s Kingdom, and we are living in this world as Christ’s ambassadors. What is our responsibility as ambassadors to bring the message of reconciliation to the world?

New Creation

For the next 3 weeks, get ready to dive deep into a pivotal and powerful passage from Paul’s 2nd letter to the Corinthian church.

The Kind of Person God Uses

We’ve been given gifts, passions, talents, abilities and experiences, each according to our ability, not according to anyone else’s… and we’re expected to be faithful. Don’t bother with comparison. The Master knows what He’s doing!

The Kind of Person God Uses

Throughout Scripture followers of God and Jesus are encouraged not to be afraid of their enemies, the authorities, and even the devil; but sometimes we can even be afraid of God's work in our lives.

The Kind of Person God Uses

Peter and John were ordinary and unschooled, but were courageous in their defense of their time with Jesus. May we follow the example of Peter and John and become the kind of people God uses.

Micah 6:8 Walk Humbly

As we empty our egos and make Jesus greater in our lives, we will handle the delicate balance between justice and mercy with humility.

Micah 6:8 Act Justly

Act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with God. Today was the first message in our 3-part series based on Micah 6:8. We looked at the various definitions of justice and how we can use the resources God has provided to put justice into action.