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Audio | Preaching >
Pete Wilson, Senior Pastor of Cross Point Church in Nashville, TN, guest preaches at Saddleback Church.
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002 Following God into the Unknown | Sheridan Voysey
What does it take to hear the voice of God, walk by faith and live a life of adventure?
Blog Entry | Culture >
Today on the show my guest is author, speaker, and writer Frank Viola. Frank has written books about the church such as Pagan Christianity?: Exploring the Roots of Our Church Practices, and Reimagining Church: Pursuing the Dream of Organic Christianity. He also writes about following Jesus in books such as Jesus: A Theography, and his latest Jesus Now: Unveiling the Present-Day Ministry of Christ. Frank has ruffled some feathers in his day by s»
Blog Entry | Culture >
Today on the show my guest is author, speaker, and writer Frank Viola. Frank has written books about the church such as Pagan Christianity?: Exploring the Roots of Our Church Practices, and Reimagining Church: Pursuing the Dream of Organic Christianity. He also writes about following Jesus in books such as Jesus: A Theography, and his latest Jesus Now: Unveiling the Present-Day Ministry of Christ. Frank has ruffled some feathers in his day by s»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Following our feelings in life is like riding on a train without the guidance of a track. Following our feelings in life can be equated to handing the driving responsibility over to a driver who cannot see. Following our feelings and allowing them to rule and reign over how we react to life will never [] The post Following our Feelings: Allowing a Blind Driver to be our Chauffeur appeared first on FaithsMessenger.Com.
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Who you follow will determine where you end up. [Tweet that!] This sounds simple enough, but it’s a matter of fact. Picture By DavidSpinks If you’re following someone down the road and they end up lost, then you’re going to end up lost. Even if you have the best intentions, if you’re following the wrong person you’ll still be lost. For most people social media is about who you follow and how many followers you have. Sadly enough, it’»
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The last post in the series, I talked about how living a life following in Christ's footsteps can be difficult. Wouldn't you agree? I mean that is a tall order to live like Christ, right?In my opinion, my answer to that question would be a simple, "yes". Jesus is perfect, while I, on the other hand, have never been perfect one day in my life. So how am I expected to follow in Christ's footsteps?Thankfully, I don't think God expects me to be perf»
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 If you love someone, then you are...Judgmental.Hateful.Prejudice.Disrespectful.Arrogant.Jealous... "Say what, Chelsea?! Did you say if you love someone, you are judgmental?"  Oops...what I mean is... If you love someone, then you are...Nonjudgmental.Kind.Humble.Open minded.Forgiving.Respectful.Giving.Caring.Compassionate.Trusting.Gracious...  If we say we are following Jesus, the second list should make up how we treat others. You see, I t»
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Luke 9:23 Then he said to them all: “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow me.” Following Jesus is not a cool “Christian” hobby that we do in our spare time. Following Jesus is not checking off the list of “Christian” duties once a week. Following Jesus is not mindlessly going through religious rituals that make us “feel better.” Jesus explains that following him involves som»
Blog Entry | Work >
As I have mentioned several times in my posts lately, I am going through some storms at work. I am sincere in my efforts in following God and His lead so I am redoubling my commitment to spend more time in His Word and in prayer. It is amazing the insights He gives me when I do this! Be Strong! Just this morning, I was reading in Joshua. I started here because I remembered God’s charge to Joshua to “Be Strong!” I felt I nee»