Navigating life guided by the Holy Spirit means that we will not gratify the passions of the flesh, rather, we will ratify the passion of the cross.
Christ has set us free from the penalty of sin and set us free to live as children of God.
Our identity as children of God is not dependent on what we know but on being known by God.
What is core to a believers identity is that we are adopted as God’s children: clothed in Christ, empowered by His Spirit and cared for by the good will of Abba Father.
God’s promise of blessing is based on His grace not on the Law and is realized through the work of Jesus.
We began our journey of faith by believing in Jesus and we continue it to completion by Spirit-led living not self-led busyness.
As followers of Jesus, we are not defined by who we were, or what we have done, but by who we know. Jesus.
Discerning our unique calling to service in our world involves knowing who God has made us to be and then courageously living true to that.
Paul warns believers of the danger of turning from the true gospel of Christ to something different, to a cheap-grace version of the Good News.
Praying as the true people of God is not putting on a show or getting the words just right, but aligning our hearts with our Father’s in heaven.