Christianity has an incredibly powerful vision for life. It’s not always well understood, and much less lived well. But there’s the thing: the truths recovered at the reformation present a cogent and powerful rationale for loving Jesus and following him. This message will challenge you to walk with Jesus boldly, courageously and to his glory.
When we talk about ‘Grace Alone’, we’re saying that God initiates the rescue of his world and people in it. Simply put: He does not need our cooperation to make this happen. He gives it freely, and then, to the most undeserving. This has huge implications for the expectations we place on ourselves and others. […]
We all have an understanding of how life works: what we need to do to get by, how to manage difficult times, what really matters. When we talk about ‘Christ Alone’ we are actually dealing with these very things. More than a view about how we are reconciled to God, it’s about our ultimate confidence.
500 years ago Martin Luther nailed 95 Theses (thoughts) to a church door in Wittenberg. The idea was to promote discussion, but his act generated such a response that the church, and the western world, were changed forever. This Sunday we’ll look at what the world was like back then, how that context was ripe […]