Showing messages from the series Commitment
By beginning December 29, 2017 The main reason behind our commitment to God is not by keeping a list of rules and regulations. Our commitment to God is based on the relationship we have with Him through Jesus Christ. This relationship is expressed through our life with God and with one another.
By Brad Quiring on January 7, 2018
My commitment to God is based on His covenant with me. I will seek to dedicate myself to Him with my whole heart and show that commitment through following His will and way. Colossians 2:16-17; 2 Timothy 2:22; Deuteronomy 10:14-15
By Bill Ehlers on January 14, 2018
Now that God has saved our souls, what is the next step? Our bodies and our minds. Worship is about God. Worship is giving ourselves completely to God and His way. Pastor Bill Ehlers is our guest speaker this Sunday as he helps us see what true worship is based on Romans 12:1-2.
By Brad Quiring on January 21, 2018
Our salvation and our worship of God must translate into the way we live out life with other believers in Jesus Christ. We are in the same family, but we are diverse individuals. Created by God to be that way. Yet, we have also been created to be in perfect unity and harmony with one another through the work and...
By Brad Quiring on January 28, 2018
Commitment to serve one another. Romans 12:6-8. Based on true worship and our humility, we take the gifts God has given us and we use them to serve one another in the church and the community. We make a commitment to learn, develop and practice for the glory of God and the benefit of others. Each of the gifts listed...
By Brad Quiring on February 4, 2018
Commitment to Bless One Another. Romans 12:9-16. God has given each one of us gifts, which we use with humility to honour God and benefit others. The question is, what does the "benefit others" look like? Blessing one another is an expression of love and it is shown in our relationships with others in the church and community. It means...
By Brad Quiring on February 11, 2018
Romans 12:17-21. Jesus came to bring peace. Peace between people and God and peace between people. Since Adam and Eve's fall, conflict and unhealthy, unhelpful competition has existed between people. God sent Jesus to bring His peace to those who believe in Christ. This peace is not just the absence of conflict, "agreeing to disagree" or "let's just all get...