From the life of the early Waldensians we can take several lessons — The Preaching of the Gospel is non-negotiable. True Christians are committed to literal obedience. True Christians should maintain a healthy suspicion of clever theological rationalizations. The priority of Christians is a thorough understanding of the scriptures. The biblical teachings of wealth should be taken seriously and literally. “Beware lest anyone cheat you through philosophy and empty deceit, according to the tradition of men, according to the basic principles of the world, and not according to Christ.”
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.
Panel discussion among Matthew Milioni, John D. Martin, Dean Taylor, and Ernest Eby. How can and should community serve as a catalyst for discipleship?
Panel discussion moderated by Curt Wagoner.
One of the most powerful messages on the Kingdom of God and those who, in the past, did Kingdom living. Kingdom living is about focusing on the King and His teachings. Matthew 5 – 7 are the key chapters about living in the Kingdom of God.
A powerful message on possessions. This message is to encourage Christians everywhere in America to spend more on helping the needy. The kingdom calls for it. John D. Martin challenges this generation to be the most sacrificial generation.