A core part of our relationship with Christ is rooted and grounded in our faith in the goodness of God. By that I mean we have a trust, love and respect for God which is built upon our knowledge that He is a good and loving God who is trying to restore a creation which has gone haywire.
Are you struggling with surviving the storms in your life right now? In this life we are not exempt from troubles but often when we are experiencing those things we lose sight of God in all of it. Yet Jesus offers us a clue to not just thrive but rest in those storms of life
Go even deeper with the article this podcast is based on: https://conwaychristianresources.com/2018/12/blog/surviving-storm/(opens in a new tab)
What are the qualifications in our day for pastors, deacons, elders and leaders in general? What plumb line, or bar are we measured against that allows us the privilege of open ministry (both corporate and individual)? On a personal level what qualifies us to openly display the gospel to the unbeliever?
You can find the article this podcast is based on here: https://conwaychristianresources.com/2018/11/blog/do-you-qualify-for-ministry/
Today it feels like there’s something missing in the lives of many Christians, we go to church, and occasionally read our Bibles but it feels if that it isn’t enough. As Christians we are good at listening, pondering, and absorbing information, revelation and insights. But what do we do with all of that knowledge? Do we write it down, store it away in our minds for a rainy day, or do we replace it with whatever is heard the following week?
In this weeks episode we look at how you can combine the things you hear with tangible actions which will deepen your relationship with God and give purpose to all of the messages, quotes and scriptures you encounter.
You can find the article this podcast is based on here: https://conwaychristianresources.com/2018/11/blog/christians-forgotten-ingredient/
To fully see Jesus we must go beyond the images of Him with the disciples, or Jesus on the cross and see Him for who He is today. No longer just a lamb, but a lion, no longer a servant but the King of kings.
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