The next sermon in our series through the Letter of Jude looking at how false teachers get inside churches, what false teachers are about, and how we know the difference between true and false teachers.
The first sermon in our series in the letter of Jude to examine how God wants us to see ourselves in light of His mercy, peace, and love in and through Jesus and how we are called to belong to him and have these things multiplied to us daily.
Dear Friends, On a Tuesday in mid-December of 2020, I was in a recording session in our old FamilyLife studios here in Little Rock. It was our practice before each recording session to have lunch with our guests, to help them relax and talk about the upcoming programs we would be recording. We all left the recording session that day feeling good about the programs we had produced. On Friday, one of the people who had been in the session with us…
Dear Friends, Human beings are religious people. It’s not a question of whether you worship a deity or not. It’s only a question of which deity you choose to worship. Novelist David Foster Wallace made this point in a 2005 commencement address to the graduating class at Kenyon College. Before the phrase “go viral” was applied to online content, his address achieved that status. Here’s part of what he told his audience as they sat waiting to receive their diplomas. “In the day-to-day trenches of…
Dear Friends, I’m pretty sure I spend more time reading these days than I did 10 or 15 years ago. Some of that is a function of my season of life. There is more time available once your children are gone. And over the past couple of years, I’ve had increased flexibility in my schedule that has given me more available time to read. So I do. But I’m also pretty sure I’m now reading fewer books than I used to read. …
Jesus talked more about money than almost any other subject in the Bible. He said, “Where your treasure is, your heart will be also” (Matthew 6:21). That means we declare something to be truly important when we invest our money in it.
Everything we have belongs to God. He has entrusted us to be good stewards and to invest our resources – our time, our talents and our treasure – wisely. It is a privilege to be God’s instruments on earth and take the good news of Jesus to a broken, hurting world.
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