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This Sunday we begin the Spring 2012 issue of LifeMatters. Hard to believe, isn’t it? If you haven’t ordered your Spring copies yet, it’s not too late! Visit LifeWay.com/LifeMatters to order.
Our study on the centrality of Christ in our lives comes to a close with an appropriate topic—everyday faith. As we study a few passages in Colossians 3 and 4, we’ll see what a life marked by Jesus’ transforming power looks like, specifically in regards to our character, our homes, and our witness to the world.
We hope that through this month’s study of Colossians, you’re growing in understanding of what it means to live a Christ-centered life. This week, we’ll look specifically at how we keep Jesus as the center of our faith when various challenges threaten to interrupt our pursuit of and service to Him.
Sure, dating takes work, time, planning, and emotional energy, but it should also be a fun way to get to know someone. Here — to the rescue — are some unconventional ways to spice up the dating doldrums and put the creative back into “What are you doing Saturday night?”
Is your church centered on Christ? That’s the question we’ll be addressing in this week’s LifeMatters study.
Quick question: Who were the first human beings to ever live on the earth? If you’ve ever set foot in a church, skimmed over the first couple pages of the Bible, or feasted your eyes on a flannelgraph presentation, then you probably have a quick answer: Adam and Eve.
The Collegiate Summit is about people who share the same, unique calling being together.
As Christians, we’re called to keep our minds focused on Christ, who is Lord over everything. But in order for us to do that, we first need to have a good understanding of what His lordship truly means.
There are lots of people within the Church today who disagree on lots of things. And that’s okay. That’s natural. That’s human. What’s not okay is that many of those people don’t know how to disagree.