Last tuesday, we celebrated the birth of our king. If Christ is our king, what does it mean to live as those under his rule?
On Christmas we celebrate the birth of our king. But if Jesus is king, what is His kingdom? In the second post in this advent series, we will consider the kingdom of Christ the king.
On Tuesday we celebrate the birth of the king. That Jesus is king means that He has a land and a people over which He rules. In this series of posts, consider with me our King and the Kingdom He rules, both a people and a place.
There are many things we can reflect upon and learn from the recent death of John Allen Chau at the hands of the Sentinelese people, here are three.
To function as God has called it to, the local church needs stability—the long term commitment of it members. Without stabilty, the church will not function.