Remembering our goals in following Christ keeps us on track toward spiritual growth.
God set an example of excellence in His work of creation. Let us honor God by reflecting His design as we work.
All Believers are one in Christ, called to remember where we came from and see how blessed we truly are.
Communion establishes the New Covenant between Christ and His people, the forgiveness of our sins, and the unity believers enjoy.
The lost are perishing, the Gospel of Christ is their only hope and we must preach this Good News.
Seek to have a conscience void of offense toward God and Man.
Pray we will do the will of the Father and see the world the way Jesus does.
Our salvation is initiated, sustained and completed by Christ Jesus our Lord.
It is the privilege and responsibility of every Christian to wield the power of the Gospel.
Fellowship, Personal Spiritual Growth, Worship, Personal Evangelism and Outreach all fall under the "Whatever You Do" heading.
We live in a society that is ever-changing with a message that is unchanging.
Why we are grateful for what Jesus has done for us and what continuing in the faith looks like.
The Lord's great provision, nearness and gracious gift of salvation ought to result in thanksgiving to Him.
Strengthen yourself in the Lord by meditating on the Lord.
Communion reminds us of Jesus' once for all sacrifice for the saints of the Old Testament as well as the New.
Man's unrighteousness reveals God's wrath. The Gospel of Jesus Christ reveals God's righteousness to accomplish salvation for all who would believe.
God wants us to know whether or not we have eternal life and He tells us in His Word.
Jesus is our once for all sacrifice, the final High Priest.
A right view of God affords us an accurate view of ourselves.
An invitation to join God's family through repentance and faith.
A Biblical case that every child has the right to be born.