As Jesus concludes His Sermon On The Mount, He clearly means for us to do some ever-necessary self-examination. Love came for our very best, that we might hear "Well done, good & faithful. Enter into the Joy of your Master." Therefore, Love warns us to consider our...read >>
This week we take another, more practical look at Jesus' Sermon On The Mount. What would He have us do with all of this information, and how?
He love us enough to get practical, to expose to us the Way, Truth & Life, to command us to Him, and to show & enable our...read >>
Throughout Jesus' 3 year ministry, one of the most important things that he taught and demonstrated was how to live a life of prayer. Watching Jesus himself commune with the Father was no doubt one greatest privileges given to the disciples. In Luke chapter 18 Jesus...read >>
Have you ever caught yourself saying something that you just couldn't believe came out of your mouth... out loud! Oops. But, consider the words of Jesus: "Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks." In other words, is it any wonder we say & do things when...read >>
Why is the grass always greener on the other side of the fence?
"If I were a real Christian, wouldn't waters part for me like they do for everyone else?"
"Wait a minute, that guy's not even a Christian, yet look at how well his life is going?"
How is your fight to stay faithful? Are you doing well, good and faithful? Feeling lethargic, unfocused and spiritually lazy? Perhaps you're at a breaking point, losing heart, almost ready to throw in the towel?
For thousands of years the Church has held to a...read >>
Church Planter, Matt Melton, from High Peak Fellowship in Kerrville leads the South Church Fredericksburg family through Acts 5, denoting the fears & frustrations as well as the power & proclamation of the Good News that transforms lives from death.read >>
Exodus 3, Numbers 11, 1 Kings 19, Jeremiah 20
What do you do when life doesn't turn out like you expected?read >>
Two things we learn from Jesus in this passage: 1) Why the world hates Christians, and 2) the fellowship by which they persevere.read >>