If you don’t already have a local church to attend, we would love to have you join us Sunday morning as we celebrate Mom. After service, celebrate motherhood with our “Muffins for Mom” event. This is a little treat to say “thank you” to the moms in our community for being mom.
The church service starts at 10:30 AM. Muffins for Mom to follow.
Life’s Journey has a call to reach the community of Colstrip and Rosebud County for Jesus, one person at a time. We are privileged to work along side the other Christian fellowships in the community to show the presence and power of God as we follow Jesus. The mission is simple, but it is easy to get off track.
We must always come back to the question of vision and mission. Why are we here? What are we supposed to be doing? We must stay connected to Jesus as he wants us to stay connected to him so that we stay pointed in the right direction.
Listen as Casey reminds you of the vision and mission of gospel work and how the team at Life’s Journey can continue to move in the Jesus direction.
Is it easier for you to think of what you are worried about or what you are thankful about? If your list of things you are worried about is larger than what you are thankful about, it’s time to renew your thankfulness and focus on God’s goodness.
Listen as Sherry points you to joy instead of fear.
How many times do you know what you should do, but you don’t do it? Have you ever found yourself bargaining with God? Saying, “God, I know you said do this, but what if I just do a part of it? How about the heart of the issue. The particulars you told me don’t really matter, right?”
King Saul was known for partial obedience. This saddened God and made him regret choosing Saul as King. Saul lost his kingdom because he consistently choose to partially obey God. Through Saul we learn that partial obedience is still disobedience. How often are you partially obedient to what you know God desires of you?
Jesus gives grace and his blood covers a multitude of sin and even in our disobedience we find God’s mercy. Obedience isn’t about getting points for completing a task, it’s a heart issue that reveals our love for and submission to God. Doing what God commands in the wrong attitude is still disobedience. God wants everything, but we often want to keep some control. The irony is that keeping partial control leads only to harm for us. We don’t want to submit to God even though it’s for our best interest. God loves you and his call to obedience is a call of love for you.
Listen as Sherry provides deep insight why obedience to God is so important.
Scripture references:1 Samuel 15; Galatians 5:22-26