Three short chats on loving your enemy, maturing in the Lord and the refiner's fire.
Accessing heavens solutions blesses us and others.
Loving one another is what the bride is called to do. I must love myself well before I can love another well.
In this final message of our disciples series, Maria teaches us about the power of the renewed mind in the midst of the battle. Many believers decide that they just want out of the battle, but to overcome we have to participate with the Spirit of truth in the midst of the battle. God gives grace to us as His disciples to discern the thoughts of our minds - as we practice submitting our minds to Truth, we learn what is right and what is wrong, and we will radically grow in Christ. There is an anointing for the battle you are in and it begins in your mind!
This message explores how post truth culture has crept into the church and is changing how disciples think and make choices.
In Part 2 Phil Mason takes a deeper look at performance culture. He discusses the temptation to self-promote through the cultivation of a carefully curated public image. God wants to free us from self-promotion by leading us into heaven’s path of promotion which comes from the Lord. Our motivation in all that we do should always be love for God and love for His people, not performing to meet our own needs for significance and affirmation.
In this podcast Phil Mason discusses "performance culture." What is it and what did Jesus say about it? Jesus spent a lot of time discipling His followers to live in full freedom from performing in order to gain something from God and others. This is the first of a 2 part series on freedom from performance culture. Our identity is as new creation beloved sons and daughters and this is the path to deep inner freedom and rest.
When Jesus said "Come follow me" He wasn't just calling for followers but radical disciples. This radical discipleship is what bears the most fruit in believers lives as we allow ourselves to be trained by the Spirit, the Word and mentors in our lives. It's time for an apprenticeship revolution where we become like the athlete, soldier and farmer mentioned by Paul in 2 Timothy 2 - full of perseverance and being made emotionally healthy whilst we live out our amazing Christ calling in this life!
In this message (recorded at our family camp) Brad teaches us about the language, the values and the fruit of healthy community in Christ. If our culture is a non-performance culture we will see the fullness of true family grow in our midst as we rest in the Fathers love. Each believer is called to take responsibility for belonging and walking into mature discipleship. God is on the move to clean up the spirit of offence in our nation so we can move as one for the common good. This message was phenomenal!!
We need to encounter God in the unexpected, and expect to meet with Him each and every day. In doing so we cultivate a deep relationship with Him where we can continually expect the unexpected.