How does the world see today's church? Do they see nitpicking on issues that are driven only by selfish desires and unbending attitudes, or do they see Christ-followers truly presenting themselves as united, loving, sharing and caring? If what we do is done for the glory of God, we should be able to ..
Full Out: Run with Purpose and Passion, Part 2: Freedom, 1 Corinthians 10:23-11:1
by Mike Breaux
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Wherever and whenever believers gather, people have differing attitudes about how worship should be done and they often mistakenly place the burden of worship on the vocal team or the musicians or the message-giver. Reality is that each individual is responsible for his or her own worship experience. ..
Full Out: Run with Purpose and Passion, Part 6: Worship Hot Buttons, 1 Corinthians 14:1-40
by Nancy Beach
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The church in Antioch set the precedent for unity amongst a diversity of peoples. Comprised of ethnicities from several countries, that church moved outside of just the Jewish population and was the first in church history to encompass non-Jews, as the many cultures of Antioch desired to be part of ..
Only God, Part 3: Can Grow a Human Heart
by Darren Whitehead
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God's plan for every community of faith is to be a community of inspiration. Deep down inside, everybody has a little voice that says, "please inspire me." We all need inspiration like we need to breathe; inspiration to the soul is like breath to the body. We can inspire each other by taking notice ..
Please Inspire Me
by Nancy Ortberg
Simplexity: a term to describe what it's like to simply stand as a follower of Jesus in the midst of a very complex culture. Every day of our lives, we imperfect people, blessed through the grace of Jesus Christ, are being asked to stand united before the cross. But within our churches, like the church ..
Simplexity, Part 1: 1 Corinthians 1:1-7
by Gene Appel
We learn through the apostle Paul's letter to the church at Corinth how destructive disunity within a church can be. Sadly, it's often the same rich diversity of which a church is comprised that causes disunity as individuals hold on to worldly perspectives and become prideful, judgmental, envious, ..
Simplexity, Part 5: 1 Corinthians 3:1-9