In community, we are invited to deal with our own idols, our own mess, and sometimes to gently invite others to root out their own idols as well.
The way of repentance leads to the fullness of life in Christ, even to entire sanctification.
God doesn’t only want us to be good. He doesn’t only want us to do great things. He wants to give us deep faith so we can go far.
Those who no longer participate in the pleasures of this world may suffer for that choice, but God will vindicate them.
Christians have a powerful adversary, the devil. But he can be resisted, and God’s promises are trustworthy.
Future bodily resurrection transforms grief from despair to hope.
Worship cuts off the process of idolatry and allows us to turn back to our good Creator.
We need people in our lives to journey with us in order that we may “watch over one another in love” between our Sundays and other times of worship.
John Wesley often said that he instituted bands among the people called Methodist in order to create a setting where James 5:16 could be practiced and lived out.
The Holy Spirit reverses the curse of entropy, of chaos. He renews to counterbalance the fallen state of this world that is headed for destruction.