Motivation & Discipleship
God motivates us in many ways: fear of punishment, hope of eternal life, and calling for our love. Which is the best motivation? Listen to the sermon that answers this question. It is from a Sewell Hall outline and encourages us in our walk with God in Christ. Also, who are we following? Are we following the wishes of family, a preacher, a popular author, or are we truly following Jesus? This sermon is also available: Who Are We Following? We invite you to reason with us from the Bible.
People do not want to be told how to dress. Sadly, many Christians seem to have that same attitude. Clothing does matter, though. And the Bible instructs us in how we ought to dress just as in every other aspect of life. We invite you to reason with us from God's word on this question. A new sermon is posted titled, "The Attire of a Christian." We must please God in all we do if we are to be His children in Christ.
That You May Obtain
As a boy I was often reminded by the adults around me that attitude was the difference in success and failure at so many things. Knowledge was essential. Effort was required. But the difference for so many comes down to the attitude with which we approach our lives. Paul touches on this idea in 1 Corinthians 9:24: "Run in such a way that you may obtain..." A sermon on this topic has just been uploaded. Take a listen.