The disciple of Jesus Christ is no longer called a sinner but righteous. It’s a new identity that, if embraced, releases you from the power of sin. It is extremely self-defeating to embrace a sinful identity. Embracing a sin-identity instead of dealing properly with sin will cause decay, decline and death to have a foothold that is not proper or necessary for the believer.
Personal Sin and the Believer
June 30, 2019 • Mike Stubbs
What to Do If Your Influencers Have Issues
August 11, 2019 • Mike Stubbs
We are all influenced by someone. Fortunately, we can choose who our influencers are. But what do you do if you find out the influencers you have chosen have issues? This is important to talk about because we are required to have influencers in our lives, and they are all imperfect in one way or another. The scriptures give us practical insights to guide us to becoming better at allowing the right imperfect selective influences to help us mature as believers. That grumpy granny may be key to your spiritual growth.
Breaking the Poverty Spirit
August 4, 2019 • Mike Stubbs
Poverty and lack are from the devil while provision and abundance are from God. (John 10:10) This is deeply established in the Bible and to believe otherwise is unscriptural. That is why it is important to break poverty mindsets that have kept believers in bondage for too long through generational curses, unredeemed attitudes and thought processes and even false teaching from the pulpit based on false humility. We declare war against poverty strongholds in our lives, our families, our church and our community!
His Purpose: Our First Love
July 28, 2019 • Rev. Tolbert Livingston
Satan is always in attack mode shooting fiery darts at the body of believers called the church. Our strength is found in unity with one another and our connection to the purposes and plans of Christ. To overcome Satan's attacks, we must consider some adjustments in our attitudes to set us up for overwhelming triumph.