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Re-Envisioning His Legacy – Culture of Discipleship

In Psalm 2:7-8, Jesus asked His Father for an inheritance, a legacy. His inheritance is the nations and the ends of the earth. We become part of this legacy when we give Jesus the place he deserves in our life—Lord and Savior. This is not...

Re-Envisioning His Legacy – Unity in Diversity

In Psalm 2:7-8, Jesus asked His Father for an inheritance, a legacy. His inheritance is the nations and the ends of the earth. We become part of this legacy when we give Jesus the place he deserves in our life—Lord and Savior. This is not...

Re-Envisioning His Legacy – We are Christ’s Inheritance

In Psalm 2:7-8, Jesus asked His Father for an inheritance, a legacy. His inheritance is the nations and the ends of the earth. We become part of this legacy when we give Jesus the place he deserves in our life—Lord and Savior. This is not...

Re-Envisioning His Legacy – Christ is our Inheritance

In Psalm 2:7-8, Jesus asked His Father for an inheritance, a legacy. His inheritance is the nations and the ends of the earth. We become part of this legacy when we give Jesus the place he deserves in our life—Lord and Savior. This is not...

Re-Envisioning His Legacy – What is the Vision?

In Psalm 2:7-8, Jesus asked His Father for an inheritance, a legacy. His inheritance is the nations and the ends of the earth. We become part of this legacy when we give Jesus the place he deserves in our life—Lord and Savior. This is not...

Walking with Our Triune God – God is Trinity

Everything we do flows from who we are. Knowing God – truly knowing our Creator in His Triune Nature – empowers us to truly know what it means to walk with God. As 1 John 2:1-6 reminds us, our lives are set free from sin...

Raising the 7 Sails: Spiritual Parenting – The Family Business

What does it look like to get ready for a move of God? Have you ever thought about it?    In our daily lives, the temptation for hustle and bustle is real. Can you relate? Yet, the Scriptures call us to prepare ourselves and expect God to move amongst...