Worship isn't JUST what we do on Sunday morning - worship is something we do every day as we submit to God - (Romans 12:1-2). But is our Sunday morning "worship" relevant to the people we're trying to reach?
This morning the men's and ladies classes joined for breakfast... (yum!). We took a break from our series to do a quick overview of Philippians 2:1-11. Touching on the "Great Command" and the "Great Commission", we looked at why Paul it so necessary to have "his joy made complete".
Nehemiah’s leadership has been the subject of countless books and articles over the years. He was even the focus of a portion of Dr. Howard Hendricks’ first leadership course at Dallas Seminary in 1988. This week we took a deeper look at what Nehemiah did in the first 4 months after he got the news about the walls.
So... we’re having an interesting time with this question: What does a biblical church look like? To answer that question (beyond the fundamentals of preaching, worship, prayer and witnessing), we’re focusing on what a missionary does when they go to a new culture.
If we want to grow in Christ, we have to make adjustments to how we spend our time. The average American watches enough TV ever day in a year that it equals watching from January through March - 24/7.