The world can never have peace in their lives until they have peace with God through salvation. The scripture is not giving us a suggestion to seek peace with “some men”, but rather with “all men”. I was making excuses based on my situations, but the scripture was crashing into my world because I was not sharing my peace—Jesus—with all men. I was saved, but I was afraid to declare Jesus, as it would separate me from the world.Read More
Believe it or not, the Lord isn’t as concerned with how many people you are influencing as he is with your willingness to obey Him with all your heart. If he calls you to be a school janitor, you’d better be a school janitor with all your heart. If he calls you to be an engineer, you’d better be an engineer with all your heart. If he calls you to be a leader, you’d better lead with all your heart.Read More
For 2,000 years, growing Christians have been looking to Timothy as a model for what their own personal faithfulness should look like. His testimony is particularly significant to young people because of his age as well as the manner in which his spiritual growth is displayed. We see the pattern of his life from one faith proposition to another, growing from a spiritual child to a developed pastor and leader at a young age.Read More
For young adults, it is important to recognize the challenges the age with the intent that we choose to pursue the great commission regardless of culture’s obstacles. While notions about your generation may be pervasive, it is important to recognize that the Christian isn’t obligated to be in bondage to them. Because of biblical truth, the millennial Christian can live without being controlled by other people's thoughts.Read More
This article is part of a three part series that discusses the need for our leaders to invest in the lives of future generations. Making Missionaries of Millennials pt 1: The Prejudice calls us to be aware of our own generational bigotry and points to a biblical philosophy to combat it.Read More
Jasmine Canady is a member of C&YA. She is a discipler and serves in Friends of Internationals at UMKC. In this post, Jasmine gives a testimony of her experience with discipleship and how God has used it to change her desires and mindset.Read More
Alan Shelby is the pastor of Harvest Baptist Church, a Living Faith Bible Fellowshipchurch in Blue Springs, MO. Alan Shelby is also dean of the Living Faith Bible Institute. The goal of this post is to dispel the unbiblical teachings of a sub-sect of replacement theology, the Black Hebrew Israel movement.Read More
Paul Fyffe is a member of Midtown Baptist Temple. He is married and has four children, and he currently serves on our baptism team. In this post he shares his testimony: how Christ saved him, his later struggle with drug addiction, and how Christ healed and restored him to the body after his repentance.Read More
Brian Clark is a missionary and church planter to London, England and a pastor of Crossroads Baptist Church, one of the churches within the Living Faith Fellowship. In this post, Brian brings up a topic we all know too well – disappointment – and offers encouragement and a biblical response to it and all other trials in our lives.Read More
Alvaro Briones is a leader in C&YA. He is an active discipler and is helping to plant a men’s Bible study at UMKC. Alvaro's testimony is an encouragement to our fellowship, particularly in how he serves God and his people. In this post, Alvaro shares what God showed him last year at Mission Focus and how his heart’s desire is to see the Lord’s kingdom advanced.Read More
Brett Bartlett is the pastor of Wyldewood Baptist Church in Michigan, one of the churches in the Living Faith Fellowship. Brett has taught several classes in the Living Faith Bible Institute and is passionate about the word of God and upholding it with integrity. In this post he clearly lays out what the Bible says about baptism, and shows that all physical baptisms are pictures of the one true spiritual baptism.Read More
Joe McKaig is Pastor of Oakland Heights Baptist Church in Cartersville, GA. Joe has been involved with the Living Faith Fellowship and LFBI from its inception. Every year, members of our family from OHBC attend Mission Focus here in Kansas City. OHBC also hosts a missions conference every year called Go Conference. Together these conferences signify the gravity of the Great Commission and the heart of the LFF pastors to pray, prepare, give and go. Joe takes some time here to share with us why Mission Focus is important and strategic in our personal lives.Read More
Have you been racking your brain thinking about what should go on your Christmas Wish List this year? I mean, what could someone who is “blessed with all spiritual blessings in heavenly places” possibly want? Well, if you are a student of the Bible, maybe you are beginning to consider your library. There have been so many wonderful books written about God’s Word throughout the years: amazing reference materials, study tools, and commentaries written by like-minded students of God’s word. But where should you begin? Which books should go on your Amazon Wish List?Read More
We have been given an incredible task to accomplish while we are on this planet.
Mission Focus '18 is a great opportunity for Living Faith Fellowship to be challenged to own the Great Commission. God has used this conference powerfully to impact the hearts and lives of people from all over the United States.
Join us December 27 - 31, 2017 at Midtown Baptist Temple in Kansas City. Register now!