The gospel is not only something we “do,” but something we grow in.
We should expect God to "show up" and do awesome and miraculous things in us and in our congregation while we worship.
Jesus is the unexpected gift who meets our deepest needs: salvation from sin and a relationship with Him (Mt. 1:18-23)
The Christian life and service is not only rewarding today but offers rewards at the time of the Lord's return.
A common failure in sharing the gospel comes from the faulty heart-level belief that it is our presentation of the message that makes the ultimate difference in a person’s salvation;…
Evangelism is not something we do to people, but what "happens" when we're with them.
The example of church life in Rome was a virtual bee-hive of fellowship, suggesting the joyful unity of the faith
Our love for one another must be defined by the Word and motivated by the expectation of Christ’s return.
Everything God does in our lives is for us to bear fruit.
It matters to God and to everyone else how you live.