Archive for April 25th, 2018

“While other worldviews lead us to sit in the midst of life’s joys, foreseeing the coming sorrows, Christianity empowers its people to sit in the midst of this world’s sorrows, tasting the coming joy.” Tim Keller

As we continue to study Romans 8, we explore one of the challenges to living a life of freedom and power… the problem of pain. How should we view seasons of struggles as Christians? What difference does Christ make in our lives verses the life of one who does not embrace Him? Should struggles be seen as devastating to our happiness or is there something deeper at hand that we can grab hold of and thrive? We invite you to join us as we dig deeper into these questions and more as we look at a life where we have “No Condemnation” in Christ Jesus!

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Romans 8: Adopted

Steven Curtis Chapman once wrote “Until we adopted…. I didn’t fully understand the depth of what Jesus has done for us… Without Christ, I was hopeless, without a future, without a name…Then Jesus came into my life, gave me hope and a future… He gave me a new name!”

As we take another step into Romans 8, (one of the most powerful books in the Bible) we will be looking at the truth of what it means to be adopted into the family of God, why it can be so hard to receive it, and how to move forward into living with the privileges and responsibilities of a child of the King! We are taking steps into how to experience and live in the kingdom of God today! We would love to have you join us as we continue this study.


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