In 1 Corinthians 9:19-27, Paul uses an athletic metaphor to inspire us to live a disciplined life; not to get God's attention, but so that we may not lose that which has apprehended us. God has given us a foretaste of an increase of His presence, therefore we want to live in such a way as to be marked by a great move of God.
Run: The Race Marked Out For Us
November 22, 2015
November 22, 2015 • Pastor Lance Bane
Run: Seeing what the Father Sees
January 03, 2016 • January 3, 2016 • Pastor Lance Bane
An essential truth to living as sons and daughters of God is to see ourselves the way the Father sees us. The enemy wants us to believe that God is hiding things FROM us, when in reality God may hide things FOR us. Let's discover our position as sons and daughters!
Run: A Father's Acceptance
December 06, 2015 • December 6, 2015 • Pastor Lance Bane
In Luke 15, we find Jesus telling a story about a Father who runs to his son, who was lost and hurting. In this truth revealing story, Jesus shows us the power of acceptance and change; the power of sonship instead of an orphan mindset.
Run: A Father's Passion
November 29, 2015 • November 29, 2015 • Pastor Lance Bane
Religious people mutter. Jesus welcomes. While religious people were muttering about Jesus hanging out with tax collectors and "sinners" Jesus tells a story illustrating the joy and power of heaven in pursuing the lost sons and daughters of God.