Set Us Free: A Character Study of Jonah 2

Set Us Free: A Character Study of Jonah 2

This week, we focus on the Christians need for a lifestyle of repentance in order to prevent wandering and more intimately know Christ’s presence.

Jonah is often referred to as the “Missionary Prophet” and yet his thought life was so out of sync with God’s will that he rebels at every turn. In his best moments he is reluctant and in his worst moments he is faithless, consumed by his emotions, obsessed with his circumstances and full of fear. As a ministry of missions minded young people, how do we avoid falling prey to a thought life that hinders fellowship with God and stunts fruitfulness in our lives?

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Set Us Free: A Character Study of Jonah 1:13-17

Set Us Free: A Character Study of Jonah 1:13-17

Jonah 1:13-17

This week, we focus on the vitality of repentance that brings us to salvation in Jesus Christ.

Jonah is often referred to as the “Missionary Prophet” and yet his thought life was so out of sync with God’s will that he rebels at every turn. In his best moments he is reluctant and in his worst moments he is faithless, consumed by his emotions, obsessed with his circumstances and full of fear. As a ministry of missions minded young people, how do we avoid falling prey to a thought life that hinders fellowship with God and stunts fruitfulness in our lives?

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Set Us Free: A Character Study of Jonah 1:6-13

Set Us Free: A Character Study of Jonah 1:6-13

Jonah 1:6-13

This week we focus on the issues of finding security and stability by unbiblical means

Jonah is often referred to as the “Missionary Prophet” and yet his thought life was so out of sync with God’s will that he rebels at every turn. In his best moments he is reluctant and in his worst moments he is faithless, consumed by his emotions, obsessed with his circumstances and full of fear. As a ministry of missions minded young people, how do we avoid falling prey to a thought life that hinders fellowship with God and stunts fruitfulness in our lives?

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Set Us Free: A Character Study of Jonah 1:5

Set Us Free: A Character Study of Jonah 1:5

Jonah 1:4-5

This week we focus on the issues of finding security and stability by unbiblical means.

Jonah is often referred to as the “Missionary Prophet” and yet his thought life was so out of sync with God’s will that he rebels at every turn. In his best moments he is reluctant and in his worst moments he is faithless, consumed by his emotions, obsessed with his circumstances and full of fear. As a ministry of missions minded young people, how do we avoid falling prey to a thought life that hinders fellowship with God and stunts fruitfulness in our lives?

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Set Us Free: A Character Study of Jonah 1:4

Set Us Free: A Character Study of Jonah 1:4

Jonah 1:4-5

Jonah is often referred to as the “Missionary Prophet” and yet his thought life was so out of sync with God’s will that he rebels at every turn. In his best moments he is reluctant and in his worst moments he is faithless, consumed by his emotions, obsessed with his circumstances and full of fear. As a ministry of missions minded young people, how do we avoid falling prey to a thought life that hinders fellowship with God and stunts fruitfulness in our lives?

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Set Us Free: A Character Study of Jonah 1:1-3

Set Us Free: A Character Study of Jonah 1:1-3

Jonah 1:1-3

Jonah is often referred to as the “Missionary Prophet” and yet his thought life was so out of sync with God’s will that he rebels at every turn. In his best moments he is reluctant and in his worst moments he is faithless, consumed by his emotions, obsessed with his circumstances and full of fear. As a ministry of missions minded young people, how do we avoid falling prey to a thought life that hinders fellowship with God and stunts fruitfulness in our lives?

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The Acts of the Apostles: The Danger of Interfering with God's Glory

The Acts of the Apostles: The Danger of Interfering with God's Glory

Acts 12:12-24

As we close out the twelfth chapter of Acts, we receive several quick stories about the dangers of impeding the glory and power of God. It is common, either in pride or in our good intention, to live life in a way that inhibits God receiving the glory that’s due him. As believers we ought not be a distraction in any way to the value of God and his worship.

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The Acts of the Apostles: God's Work of Deliverance

The Acts of the Apostles: God's Work of Deliverance

Many of us have a false narrative in our minds about what it means to be the child of God. Being a Christian does not guarantee us an easy life, in facts it’s a warrant for suffering. In Acts 12 we find the apostle James murdered and we see Peter delivered from a prison cell. How does God deliver? Who does God deliver? Why does God deliver? How can we learn to trust him regardless?

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The Acts of the Apostles: The Gospel Open to the World pt. 1

The Acts of the Apostles: The Gospel Open to the World pt. 1

Acts 10:32-43

Peter has come to Cornelius and a crowd of Greeks who are anxiously awaiting a spiritual word. Peter shares the heart of God concerning humanity and presents the gospel in a powerful way. In this passage we learn many different principles as well as celebrate the simplicity of the gospel message.

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