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God’s mission through Jesus Christ is simple: “For God so loved the world…” How might we hear again these words of scripture today and be challenged to live out God’s mission? Join in as Missional Strategist, John Pinson, delivers a special word today to challenge and encourage us all. Key Text: John 3:16-17
Unity as followers of Jesus is more than just agreeing with others. Unity involves cooperating with the Spirit, being together with others, and being Jesus to the world. What would real unity look like when we are able to all come together?
Join in Contemporary Worship at Ringgold United Methodist Church. The goal of discipleship is to become like Christ. To be shaped into the likeness of Jesus means that we follow the lead of the Holy Spirit, stay plugged into the Spirit, and allow the fruits of the Spirit to take hold inside of us. We invite you to get connected into the life of the Spirit and journey with Jesus as Pastor Chris leads us through this study.
Join in this as we begin a new series, “Breath of God.” In the Bible, God’s Holy Spirit is referred to as the “breath” or “wind.” What might it mean for God to breathe the Holy Spirit on us today? What effect would it bring to our lives to receive the breath of God. Join in and let’s find out together.
It’s Easter! Let’s celebrate the New Birth brought about by Jesus Christ through the power of the Resurrection!
Commitment happens in cycles. we get closer to Jesus. He gets closer to us. We get content or too satisfied instead of growing, and we tend to drift. The Holy Spirit convicts us of our distance away, and we move closer again. Instead of beating ourselves up because of this cycle, what can we learn from it? Join is as Pastor Chris gives us some insight and challenges us in it all.
Intimacy is about being deeply committed. It is less about intensity and more closely related to the actual engine of our closeness with Jesus as we follow after Him. Key Text: Matthew 16:15-18 NLT
To be deeply committed means that we are personally committed. If it’s not personal, it’s superficial and hypothetical. Commitment requires something of ourselves as we invest and give of ourselves to what’s at stake. Join in as Pastor Chris takes us further in the Deeply Committed worship theme today. Key Text: Matthew 20:1-15 CEB
As we go deeper in our commitment with Jesus, our previous values are replaced with Kingdom values. Our actual values (not necessarily the ones that we state) primarily determine the actions we take. Key Texts: Matthew 13:44-46
As we begin a new series on being “Deeply Committed,” let’s be bold! Being bold is less about my having courage and more about trusting God’s faithfulness. Key Text: Matthew 14:22-32 ESV