My newest devotional: “The Non-Negotiables of Freedom for Christians” #7
In Romans 12, the Apostle Paul gives us 13 non-negotiables of freedom for Christians. The banner that flies over this passage is “by the mercies of God,” and he is charging us to stop trying to be a Christian and just be one. Show that you are a Christian by doing what is required of you, as Jesus fulfilled the requirements of His Father. Stop being two-faced and engaging with the world. Be real. (to continue reading, click here)
Here is the text from slide #9 of my message, “Crisis of Faith, Part 3,” this week at RTO. Please join us this Thursday for a Radical Time Out at 5:05 pm for (free) dinner, and 6:05 program. We’re hosted at the Glen Ellyn Bible Church, 501 Hillside, Glen Ellyn.
I would love to see you at RTO this week. My teaching on Romans 12 continues – please join us. It would be great to have you a part of a very unique evening where we love, pray, eat and enjoy God’s faithfulness and goodness. Everyone is welcome. (Free) dinner at 5:05 pm; program with worship and teaching at 6:05 pm We gather at our our hosted facility, the Glen Ellyn Bible Church.
Dr. Peter Brazis is a fantastic RTO and ministry friend – and will be a part of a team of guys going to Dixon Correctional, in Dixon, IL, on January 23rd. Here are some “personal reflections” about going to prison to visit our incarcerated neighbors.
A very special Happy New Year to everyone. Looking forward to this coming year to make the Father very happy.
How about spreading Christmas joy to an inmate. At RTO this Thursday evening, we’re taking the time to write Christmas cards to our inmate neighbors. We have the cards – we just need you and your willingness to express some written words of love and joy to someone on the inside of prison walls. Thursday – Dec. 6, 5:15 (free) dinner; 6:05 program, hosted at Glen Ellyn Bible Church, 501 Hillside, G.E.