Our big prayers to our big God are primarily for the fame of his name. Prayer is an opportunity to partner with God in his work with the ultimate goal of his glory. We are in a great season to look at all that is going on for us as a church and bring it before God in prayerful dependence.
Probably no section of our statement of faith prompts more questions from folks than the one on Separation. Why is this? Probably for several reasons, but there’s one that is more "distinct" than others.
I need to view whatever I’m doing as part of God’s bigger picture. It is quite easy to see how fleeting and futile life is and become cynical. But if my work is part of a bigger story that God is writing, then it really does matter.
Who will you be? That’s an important question in the ins and outs of daily living. That is what wisdom in the Bible is most concerned with. It’s Christian ethics in life’s moments. Who will you be when life is good? Who will you be when life gets tough?