On our 5th Sunday singing night, we take a few minutes to reflect on Christians as strangers in 1 Peter 2:9-12. Why might we sometimes feel like strangers in the world, and why do we believe living as a stranger is the better path?
Money can be a blessing, a curse, or a frustration, but our attitude toward it will certainly affect our lives. What does God say our attitude should be toward money?
Sometimes as Christians we struggle to feel the confidence in our salvation that 1 John says we should have. What does the 1 John say about confidence in salvation, and what questions can we ask ourselves to reflect on whether we are right with God?
Television, phones, computers, the internet, and other media outlets have become a large part of our everyday lives. How should our Christian faith affect how we interact with our media?
Living for Jesus should affect every part of our lives, as we will explore the next few weeks. Our first topic: How should Christianity affect me in my job?
Intergenerational relationships have always been a struggle, and sometimes they are in churches as well. But what does 1 John say about how to reach all generations with the gospel?
Our audio messed up this week! But if you would like to watch the video, the worship service video can be found on this link: http://www.sundaystreams.com/go/GreatoaksCoC. On that web page, Just click on “Sun Aug 9 9:58:26” on the right.
We think of doing things we “should” do as doing them without feeling. But “should” is a powerful concept when it’s applied in God’s direction. In fact, our faith will never become what our heart wants it to become without learning the power of “should”…
Among all the world’s religious options, why are we Christians? Christianity has always been an evidence-based message – there’s reason to believe!
Nehemiah was known to use a phrase that brings up some interesting questions. How might God “lay something on my heart,” and how could I know it was Him?