We all have people in our lives who are influenced by what we say and how we live. How can we ensure that we are using our influence well?
Protestant Christianity has differed from Roman Catholicism in several ways. One of those ways is its esteeming of the “priesthood of all believers.” However, although the leaders of a church do not posses any special claim to revelation from God, the Scripture still demands that the members of a church show their leaders honor. (Hebrews 13:17-18)
The church needs Scripture, but it also needs an exposition of Scripture. We need this exposition of Scripture in both our preach and our singing. *Don’t mind the sweat. Pastor Joel’s air conditioning went out, and he was preaching up a storm.
The fruit of obedience to Christ will vary for each Christian depending on what station of life God has sovereignly placed them in. In this clip Pastor Joel uses 1 Timothy 2:15 to explain this concept and particularly how it relates to Christian women.
Pastor Joel uses Hebrews 5:11-14 to explain why some Christians are perpetually stunted in their spiritual growth.
In Acts 20:28, pastors are commanded to shepherd the flock of God with diligence and carefulness. But how are pastors able to discern who their flock actually is? Are you being intentional to make sure that there are shepherds in your life who can hold you accountable?