We believe that all members of the Universal Church called the Body of MESSIAH, are members one of another. All members are of equal importance and need one another for spiritual growth. Everyone who enters God's family is a minister. One of the most important functions for Christian gatherings is to equip its members for ministry. Advancing God's message of Grace is the most exciting and fulfilling life there is. We are His hands and feet. If you think you are not worthy to minister, you're right! But through Jesus you are both worthy, and equipped to do so! To minister means, to proclaim the Evangel! When we meet together as believers, we should encourage everyone-- young and old, men and women, rich and poor, and all nationalities -- to go out and be the ambassadors of reconciliation God intends us to be.
1 Corinthians 12:12-27, Ephesians 4:4-6,15-16, 1 Corinthians 5:17-21.
Living Grace Day by Day Part 1 - Why isn't life working right!?! Did you ever ask yourself that question? Maybe you have the wrong endgame in your sights. Maybe you're asking the wrong questions. Maybe there IS an answer. There is a chart that accompanies this message. You can access the chart HERE.
Second part of Living Grace, Day by Day. Perfect in its simplicity. Very encouraging.
(Please excuse the technical problems while recording this message. We pray that you will not be distracted from hearing the truths spoken from the scriptures.)
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Grace Walk Questions
I have a serious question. I have been wodering lately if it's okay for two adult Christians who love God and plan to marry one day to engage in what the world calls "foreplay."
What role does music play in our lives?
What does Epehsians 6:12 mean?
How does Deuteronomy 24:1-4 fit in with Divorce? Isn't divorce allowed just in cases of adultry?
Is divorce ever lawful before God?
Does not 1 John 1:9 give validity to the Roman Catholic idea of confession?
What does the Bible say about interracial marriages?