The noise of chains can remind us and exhaust us of the weight of addictions. Addictions are any “inordinate appetite” that robs us of true satisfaction. We all are addicted to something, unfortunately, few take it seriously.
What is our ax head? It is our mission, Our purpose, our faith action, and our call. These are the venues of impact in our chaotic world where people don’t know what to believe or who to trust. Here is how to reclaim our lost ax head.
Often reasoning is turned off and emotions are the guiding fiction in someone’s life. With all the uncertainty how do we problem solve and live in the understanding of what is true? Our special guest Jabulani Zwane goes into how to think in an objective way in subjective times.
Often we fight to be first and grab all that we can to indulge, but as we serve others God meets our needs far beyond what we can imagine.
Understanding how much we have been forgiven by God allows us to forgive ourselves and others. God heals and gives purpose to ALL things in Psalms 143:4-6.
There is so much uncertainty all around us. Changes are no fun for anyone. This is our time as a church to minister life and eternal hope to those around us.
So many are ignorant of the Truth and they adopt philosophies that reflect agnosticism or atheism. As we present the truth the Holy Spirit moves in the hearts with kingdom words.
A pivotal believer is not one with a hero complex. They are reliant on the Lord and their training. Prayerful, intentional and focused. It is a ministry not based on personality or ability but reliance on the Holy Spirit.
In relationships we often want people to see our side, to empathize with our needs, This sounds normal but God’s side is the way of holiness. He wants us to be set apart unto Him and to worship him, regardless of what is going on. The Lord’s side is the winning side.
It is no mystery to what is going on all around us as we look at Scripture. So, what do we do? Here are three secrets to navigating the cultural minefields.