What is worship? In Christianity today, worship is one of the most misunderstood words. Worship begins with a true vision of our holy God and is centered on the Cross. If our worship does not make Jesus the primary focus of our lives, then it is not true worship.
Does the gathering of saints where we assemble reflect Christ? True fellowship is dynamic, but in order to experience this fellowship in our local assemblies, we must not do anything to hinder the life and unity we have in Christ. Fellowship ministers to the physical, spiritual, and emotional burdens of the saints.
In this women’s topic, we discover six symptoms of a heart not at rest and six symptoms of a restful heart. Life and its circumstances can be a doorway to finding Jesus and the rest He has to offer, but the choice with what we do with them is up to us.
Do we truly desire to encounter Christ in prayer? The disciples asked Jesus, “Lord, teach us to pray,” and this must also be the cry that goes up from each of our hearts. If we want to encounter Christ in prayer, there needs to be a daily preparation of our hearts that is only possible by the power of the Holy Spirit.
Is Jesus Christ everything to you? The apostles testified that Jesus was the Son of God, and the only way to the Father. The apostles’ doctrine was to sell out, deny ourselves, and to love the Lord with all our heart, soul, and mind.
We have the historic witness of the agape feast and the breaking of bread in the early church. The Lord’s Supper unites believers on a common ground in remembrance of Christ’s death. It is because of the confidence we possess in salvation through Jesus Christ that we can break bread together without condemnation.
Author and speaker David Bercot shares his personal faith journey and early church history research that led to his conversion to Anabaptist Christianity.
Presented by Finny Kuruvilla
Presented by Aaron Crider
Is your local church a testimony to God’s presence? Church is not just a social fellowship. It is a corporate experience of believers that people are watching, and the way we carry out the teachings of Christ and relate together as a local assembly can and should be a powerful witness to the world around us.