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Intro to Transformational Discipleship Course Pt. 1
This course of the discipleship process is to introduce the Christian, regardless of spiritual maturity, to be informed (Ignite), conFormed (Light), and transFormed (Fire) in our relationship with Christ through a Small Group 8 week holistic lifelong journey of instruction.
Intro to Transformational Discipleship Course Pt. 2
This course of the discipleship process introduces the Christian, regardless of spiritual maturity, to be conFormed (Light) and transFormed (Fire) in our relationship with Christ through a small Group 8-week holistic lifelong journey of instruction.
Because He loves us, our Christ and Savior suffered physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. He did this because He loves us, and without the shedding of blood, there could be no forgiveness of sin. Journey through Holy Week. A week that our Christ suffered so that we would not have to suffer under the bondage of sin and death.
Through the finished work of Jesus Christ on Calvary's Cross, believers have the authority to resist his methods and attacks. Through our relationship with Christ, we can withstand and stand in authority against his wiles, methods, and strategies against us. Be encouraged. You have the authority to overcome and the authority to win the war against you!
For many of us, this pandemic season reminds us of how many times we were expecting much and to do much for God that we did not do or get what we expected. We expected to bear more fruit and yet came away discouraged that this is another delay and denial in life. Seasons of pandemics, Coronavirus, and delays are pruning seasons that can teach us valuable lessons. And how we approach these seasons will define and reveal we will be fruitful in a famine and dry season. Will we press on and hold on to God's promises and walk in the purpose God ordained for our lives despite living in a season of delayed expectations.
Have you ever felt you missed your mark? That you aimed too low in what you felt you were capable of. Have you ever tried to go higher in faith and struck out? This short exhortation encourages you that you were ordained to accomplish more than you could ask or think. That God placed in you to shoot for the stars, for when you do, you will glorify Him. It is God who puts in you the desire to do greater than good. There are still some arrows of faith in your quiver. Allow God to guide your hand, strengthen your faith, and Aim High!
Shift, it is time, your time to grab this life of yours by the horns and dictate the future God has for you because you know He has a plan for your life. Jeremiah 29:11 declares I know the plans for your life. Meaning God has already set a purpose in your life and a vision to walk in your purpose.
Nobody wants to be defined by being a failure. We strive for success in everything that we do to avoid the prospect that we might fail. The question becomes, can failure be a prerequisite for success? Should the fear of failure continue to stop the risk of a fulfilled life or a life of purpose? The story of two Sams will help us discern that just because I may fail, I am never a failure. God can turn your failure into your greatest success if you trust Him. And when you trust Him, even during your most significant mishaps, mistakes, and mishaps, you learn that I might fail, but I am never a failure.
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One of the first questions we often struggle with within this life is answering why I am here? It is a search for meaning, even the meaning of not just life, but my life, that has perplexed over ¾ of the population. This inner gnawing disturbs our comfort zones and complacency that there got to be more in this life. Start the journey and ask the question, " Do I really know who am I?"
There is no secret that we exist on this earth for a reason and plan. God has a purpose and plan for our lives, but He also understands that since He has given us a purpose, He must also give us gifts to operate in His purpose within the unique personality that He has given us.
Nobody can be just like you- nobody has your DNA, nobody has your fingerprints, your personality is unique, but you can share the same gifts. Both are essential in How you walk in your purpose and what you use to get there.
This was a very personal letter. Paul is not rebuking the church over any doctrinal or ethical issues, and the keyword you will find in Philippians is Joy! If anything, he is just cautioning the church to stay unified in Christ for Christ. Rejoice and joy are also mentioned many times. This cannot happen unless you are united in Christ, regardless of your situation.
The Apostle Paul wrote most of the New Testament under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. In the Epistle to the Corinthian Church, Paul addresses11issues raised in the Church at Corinth. 10 of the issues are behavioral; 1 was theological. Journey through this guide as you discern that the issues at Corinth are quite similar to the issues in our churches today.
Has your credibility ever been questioned or under attack? Paul the Apostle knows this intimately as he defends his apostleship from some in the church he birthed. He offers his defense with both personal testimony and theological apology.
Over five hundred scriptures deal with the handling or stewardship of the resources we have been allowed to obtain. No matter what your financial standing or status may be, we all at one time or another have been whether fruitful in the handling of finances or have become negligent in the handling of our finances whether it be of our own accord or circumstances of life: Divorce, separation, death, birth, low income, no enough training or education, or even health issues. We will try to be as detailed as we can be yet basic enough to apply biblical principles in a study originally designed by Crown Financial over a twelve-week period. If there is a further desire in the future to go through this entire studying handling our finances “God’s Way,” we will be acceptable to do it.
Just like the seed, marriages go through seasons. Some marriages started good, ended up bad. Some marriages started bad, ended up good, and some marriages are in the same place it was from the beginning. We must work through the seasons of marriage, no matter the state of our marriages, because we cannot settle for a good marriage, not just a great marriage, but a godly marriage, one that pleases God and makes others want to emulate and model in their own marriage. Season, every marriage ha them. Like the seed growing secretly, there are 4 seasons: The sowing Season, The Unripe Season, The Cold season, and the Harvest Season. What season is your marriage in?
How many have heard " putting off today what I can do tomorrow"? I am sure we also heard tomorrow is not promised. So why do we hesitate to do what we know we should be doing? Have you missed out on opportunities because of procrastination? If so, get help, and stop putting off what you put off!