Recently we spent some time contemplating the idea of forgiveness, but it’s important to take it a step further. When you accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior, you are not only forgiven but you are free. Hindsight might be 20/20, but that doesn’t mean our past needs to hold us back. John 8:36 is... Continue Reading →
One of the easiest things to talk about but hardest things to truly understand is the idea of forgiveness. For various reasons, many find it difficult to believe that we can have a “fresh start” when we come into a relationship with Jesus Christ, as if no one could ever love us that much. The... Continue Reading →
The following audio was recorded at NBCC Greenville on July 16, 2017.
Have you ever been around two people who spend most of their time together? Say, a husband and wife? They act like each other, think like each other, and even start to talk like each other. They begin to reflect the personality and habits of the other; they’ve transformed a little. Our relationship with Jesus works... Continue Reading →
As Christians, we will face trials--whether we’re fighting the world, the flesh, the devil, or a combination of all three. Satan is out to “kill, steal, and destroy”—he wants to frustrate you, he wants to discourage you, and most importantly he wants to separate you from God by tempting you to sin. Being a disciple... Continue Reading →
Is there really such a thing as a neutral interaction? I’m not so sure. Every move you make either positively or negatively affects other people. Shocking, right? You either have a positive or a negative effect on the people around you. It may be minuscule, but it’s unavoidable. When you consider the eternal significance of... Continue Reading →