Have you ever wondered, now that I have reset my fiath what do I do with it? Or,how do I sustain this faith now that I have it? In Reset Part 8 we looked at 5 Faith Catalyst’s that will help you sustain your faith day in and day out.
What is the big picture that we are shooting for as God’s people? Remy gives a birds eye view of Jesus’ famous Sermon on the Mount to answer this question.
The audio version includes his emotionally packed words about a friend who was recently killed in a drug raid.
Too many people come to faith today and let the half-hearted American church culture cool their passion for God. We have to look to the early church as our guide to living out our faith today. Remy takes us through an up close look at the qualities of early church faith.
We’ve talked about how to reset our faith. The rest of this series looks at how to LIVE your faith. This message looks at the new life God imparts to us along with the power over sin. A game-changer.
What is God’s response to our sin? Is it to punish us or rescue us? Remy looks at the words of both Jesus and Paul to see God’s amazing plan to solve our sin problem.
No one likes to talk about sin. No one wants to claim the name “sinner” but understanding sin is central to resetting your faith. Listen in as Remy describes the three ways “sin” is used in the Bible and how it impacts your life.
Long-time believers play an important role in helping new believers reset their faith. They can make it hard or make it easy. Remy looks at Jesus’ teaching to learn important lessons for both sets of people.
For many people, the faith of their childhood doesn’t work today. What if you could reset your faith…start over…and develop an adult faith? Remy opens this new series with a picture of a typical Cedarbrook attender who is interested in God but still feels like they are on the outside looking in.
When Christmas is all over, it leaves many of us with a case of the post-Christmas blues. As we head back into the real world in the new year, we need a cure for these post-Christmas blues.
Imagine you were one of the people staying at the inn the night Jesus was born. What would you have done? Would you have become a worshipper or unmoved, quick to get back on the road and back to your travels?