Fasting can easily become ritualistic and a burden of religious requirement. Often we don’t even know how to fast or why. But once we understand why and how to fast, the question is no longer what are we going to fast, but what are we going to replace it with? By removing the distractions in our lives and replacing them with one of the four spiritual activities, we have an opportunity to make the room needed for God to do a transformative work in our lives.
February 14, 2018 • Joe Stull
February 4, 2018 • Nick Farr
The life of a believer experiences ups and downs. During the process of life, we need a strong foundation to ensure our success. Jesus is reason for life change. In order to remain strong in our faith and continue to grow as a believer, we must develop the practice of listening to God’s Word. Reading and listening to the Bible allows the Holy Spirit to transform us from where we were to where God wants to take us.
Put The Brakes On
January 28, 2018
We fill our lives which leaves too little time or energy for God. God made us pause and rest. We need to put the brakes on and slow down enough to recharge our spiritual, physical and emotional batteries. While the Sabbath is no longer a law to follow, we need to re-learn the sabbath principle. The sabbath principle is about making time for God on a daily, weekly, quarterly and yearly basis. It is in these times what we allow God to refresh us and grow us for the work he has us to do. So we must develop and engage a series of sabbaths that keep us open to God and refreshed for his purposes.