We conclude our series on Spiritual Disciplines of Freedom: Repentance, Forgiveness, Reconciliation and Obedience. Are we feeling the freedom? Pastor Beth continues our discussion on obedience and how to be people who have set our hearts to obey God in all things.
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Before the sermon on Obedience, we held an interview via FaceTime with Tim Westergren, leader of the Spain C&MA mission field. He spoke with us about what kind of missions work is done in Spain and why it is so important for churches like ours to partner with a mission field like Spain. Pastor Beth followed this with a short introduction to our last Discipline of Freedom – Obedience! Learn how this discipline can bring freedom to your life!
Jesus was passionate about the unity of His people and and made it clear that we are called to be reconcilers and peacemakers. Easier said than done! Listen to what the Bible teaches us about being a person who practices Reconciliation.
Pastor Beth invites us to consider the Christian response to people who are irritating, hurtful, unkind, selfish, and difficult – forgiveness! This is a difficult discipline, but one which brings such freedom. Let’s discuss how to live a life marked by forgiveness and also how to forgive the hardest person of all to forgive – ourselves.
What is the Christian response to people who have caused pain and suffering in our lives or to people we love? Jesus calls us to something radical and seemingly impossible, even foolish – forgiveness. Listen to how the discipline of forgiveness can set you free.
Pastor Beth continues our series on the Disciplines of Freedom with a second week on repentance! We tend to think of repentance as a bad or depressing thing, but actually it can bring such joy and freedom! Listen to how this discipline can revolutionize your walk with God.
In January we will be looking at four spiritual disciplines which are often neglected but which will bring great release and a deeper peace in our lives. They are Repentance, Forgiveness, Reconciliation, and Obedience.