Regardless of the area of life, when something becomes personal, it matters more to us. In fact, when something isn’t personal, it rarely keeps our attention, affection, or passion. If this is the case, how do we make faith personal in order to make it last and make the most of it? The good news is that Jesus described the kind of relationship he wants with us, and he was clear—it’s personal.
Regrets—big or small—we’ve all got em! Is it possible to see some good from our mistakes? What if we can help the next generation avoid having similar regrets? Stuart Makinson discusses these questions and how their answers inform our decision making as a church.
We’ve sung it. We’ve said it. We’ve probably prayed it. As familiar as the words “God Bless America” are, there is something greater we are called to if you are a Jesus follower. And even if you aren’t, you’ll want this too.