Walk Worthy (Ephesians 4:1-3)

Our calling is to be a visible demonstration of God’s grace. To walk worthy of our calling is important for every Christian, but especially as we relate to one another within the body of Christ. It isn’t a difficult concept. Summarized in three simple words, we need to “walk the talk.” Be real. Be authentic. Practice what you preach. Have integrity.

Sunset in Glacier National Park, Montana.

Walk in the Light

God doesn’t expect us to be perfect in order to have a relationship with Him. He desires fellowship with us in spite of our imperfections. However, He doesn’t simply excuse or overlook sin in our lives. Rather, He has made absolute provision for sin.

Beneath the Snow Encumbered Branches. By Joseph Farquharson.

Sunday Meditation (Philippians 4)

While there is no biblical foundation for celebrating the New Year as it falls on the Gregorian calendar, it provides a pause to rethink the way we live-out our daily routine. We can use the New Year to re-evaluate how we respond to the circumstances we face, the people we encounter and life itself.

The Bible is the FOUNDATION for life.

EMPOWER: Set Times

God is eternal and omniscient; and, unlike man sees all of history like a colossal appointment calendar. Transcending the time space continuum, God has planned every date of history and knows what He has purposed for each nanosecond.