Christians have a spiritual enemy who will stop at nothing to prevent them from becoming all that God has called them to be in Christ. Because of this, Christ-followers must guard themselves against the unseen spiritual forces that work against them in their daily lives.
Marriage is a sacred and meaningful relationship between husbands, wives and God. It’s meaning comes from the way God has designed it to reflect Jesus and his Church. When husbands and wives commit to one another in the Gospel, they are on the path to flourishing in Christ together.
The Church is the Body of Christ. Each person is a member of that body, brought together in Christ to help one another reach maturity in the faith. When each member gives him or herself to the other members of the Church, the Body of Christ grows healthy and strong.
When Christ unites us, it results in peace, confidence and strength through discipleship, mission and a sense of family within the church. When anything but Jesus is the reason we call ourselves united, our church divides and falls. Paul shares with us not only how Jesus unites his church, but also why it’s important.
Education has been in a state of disrepair for quite some time. While many schools are doing well, many more are facing tremendous challenges as they fight to improve education for millions of Americans, particularly children. Factor federal mandates on policies that are unrelated to education into the equation and you have a recipe for disaster. The […]
Baptism is the professing of one’s personal trust and faith in Jesus Christ. We are stating that by being submersed UNDER water that our old self (under Adam) has died with Christ when He was buried and by immersion FROM water we are raised with our new life in Christ when we place our faith […]
In this sermon Living Hope Church Community Group leader Justin Eiken preaches on trusting in God. Not being anxious about our lives and trusting in God isn’t a suggestion, it’s a command. This is the fourth sermon in a four part sermon series called “A Word in Season.”