“For we do not preach ourselves, but Jesus Christ as Lord, and ourselves as your servants for Jesus’ sake.” (2 Corinthians 4:5)
(Luke 10:25-37) – We all know we’re supposed to love others. But, what does this mean when it comes to our interacting with other people – especially “those people?” Jesus shows us what it means to love beyond the limits and dividing lines of this world.
(Luke 10:1-24) – Jesus is the model missionary; and he calls each of us as his followers to embrace a missionary way of life as well. To do so, requires learning some important lessons about who we are in Christ, and how He has called us to minister to others in His name.
(Luke 9:51-62) – As Jesus’ earthly ministry neared its end, He resolutely set out for Jerusalem and the impending reality of the cross. And He did so because of His love for us! He so loves us that He would rather die in our place than see us separated from Him! How will we respond to such a resolute, patient and summoning love?
(Luke 9:44-50) – How do we measure “greatness?” Most of us probably think of greatness in terms of power, fame, wealth, stature or influence; and we spend all too much time & effort posturing and comparing ourselves to others. Yet, Jesus shows us that the path of true greatness lies in humble and selfless service.
(Luke 9:37-43) – We all know what it is like to enjoy “mountaintop experiences” in life. We also know what it is to face “valleys.” But the saving & transforming grace of God is not limited by our “highs” and “lows.” The Lord touches us on the highest mountains and reaches us in the deepest valleys.
(Luke 9:27-43) – If there’s ever been a time when we need to be crystal clear about WHO Jesus is, WHAT He has done for us, and WHY listening to what He says really matters, this is it! Listen to learn from God’s Word about experiencing a spiritual “Wake-Up Call.”
The recent Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriage brings with it many challenges for Bible-believing Christians in this country. How can we respond with the love & truth of Jesus in the face of our culture’s blatant departure from God’s clear design and purpose for marriage?
(Luke 9:18-27) – We all have to answer significant questions in life. The answers we give to questions like ‘What career will I pursue? Who will I marry?’ and ‘Where will I choose to live?’ are important. Yet, the answer we give to the ‘Jesus Question’ is the most important of all. It literally determines our eternal destiny!
(Luke 9:1-17) – We all face situations in which our limited abilities and resources are far overshadowed by the vast needs around us in this broken world. Yet, when we place the little we have into the hands of Jesus, he is able to do immeasurably more than all we can ask or imagine!
(Luke 8:40-56) – The good news of the Gospel is that, through his death & resurrection, Jesus has not only paid sin’s penalty for us, he has also broken sin’s power over us. As a result, when we look to the Lord in faith, we’ll find that he is not only mighty to save, but also mighty to heal!