One might read Paul’s words to Christian children in Ephesians 6:1-3, particularly his exhortation to obey their parents, and wonder if the Christian home is a cold and harsh place for kids. Nothing could be further from the truth, for as the mind of Christ fills His church, fathers and mothers grow to become more like Jesus. (3 Minutes, 600 Words)Read More
In this episode of the Jesus Famous Podcast, we will have a conversation about Pastor Nate’s article entitled “6 Thoughts On Discipleship". You can catch more episodes like this by subscribing to the Jesus Famous Podcast. If you’d like to read the entire article, then you can do so here.
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The Gift Of Prophecy
(1 Corinthians 14:1)
Who doesn’t love a good chase scene? It seems each generation of movie directors ups the previous one with grander and longer and edgier chase scenes than ever before. A good chase scene is ragged and undeterred. There is no quit. Even when you think the hunt is over, it reinvents itself. The pursuit is on. (5 Minutes/1000 Words)Read More
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Count Your Blessings. Count Your People.
Arduous in every way, Ezra’s journey was about to commence. Pain, heartache, and difficulty awaited every traveler he'd recruited. Hundreds of miles and millions of enemies lay between them and Jerusalem. The journey would be treacherous, but the work of God must go on. (3 Minutes/500 Words)Read More
Sermon Outline for Hebrews 6:13-20 (Sunday, 2/10/19).Read More
Paul had a vision of the church as a body. Individual members, marriages, and households comprised this living, breathing organism. He envisioned and exalted and enthroned Christ as the head of that organism, that body, that church. He saw Jesus as the authoritative head of the church, but also as the mind and heart of the church. (5 Minutes/1000 Words)Read More
In this episode of the Jesus Famous Podcast, we will have a conversation about Pastor Nate’s article entitled “Gleanings From Paul's Conversion Account". You can catch more episodes like this by subscribing to the Jesus Famous Podcast. If you’d like to read the entire article, then you can do so here.
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Paul, The Parent Who Served His Children
(2 Corinthians 12:14)
Modern parents can learn much about their role by learning how the apostles led the early church. They considered their role a parental one, for they were spiritual fathers caring for a new generation of baby Christians, raising them to full maturity. Paul felt that fatherly role toward the church in Corinth. (3 Minutes/500 Words)Read More
Are You Enslaved?— A Diagnostic Tool