Talking Without Transformation

October 8, 2008

The sixth discipline to consider is confession. Western culture has embraced cyber confessions which allow persons to talk, but not experience transformation. The believer talks as a means to transform.

Modern confessionals of dialoguing-only offer no healing to the inner scars that fester deep in the spirit that causes all kinds of troubles. Every discipline is designed for a practical purpose in the quest to mirror the image of our Lord.

Sunday, October 26th, we will address what confession really is, the history of confession, and a classic form of confession from a great man of the past.

The Most Difficult Discipline

October 1, 2008

A Protocol For Worship

September 24, 2008

In our fourth installment of the series, 7 Disciplines For The Disciple, we will address the area of worship.

We will look at the protocol for worship from Psalm 100, and ask how we can know if we've been successful in our worship.



Saved From Loving The Blessing

September 17, 2008

Meditation On The Word

September 9, 2008

We are in our second installment on our study series, 7 Disciplines For The Disciple. We all agree on the value of listening (week #1), but the primary force behind it takes a discipline that highly unpopular.

Meditation on the Word.

Meditation is the vegetables of the disciplined life. Meditation, like good vegetables, takes an acquired taste.

Sunday's message will unpack the need and rewards of meditation.