One as Another

It has officially begun . . .

The Church plant that is to take place this year, Lord willing, on the East side of Raleigh (likely the Knightdale area) has officially begun. Well, it had officially begun along time ago, but now we have filed. The name that is registered with the NC Secretary of State for the church plant is Sovereign Christ Church.

We pray that even the name begins to communicate what we are about. We are called to make disciples of Jesus, our Sovereign Lord. He is the Head of the Church – no man. There is no pyramid-like hierarchy where one man presides over another. Rather, whereas some are further down the road of maturity, all are on the same path; all men and women in the fold of Christ are sheep – there is no division of class between leaders and laymen, no more than there is a division of class within the Trinity, since the images of roles, yet equality of the Triune Godhead are imprinted on the Church, as in the family; there is only One Good Shepherd, the rest are hirelings, who themselves depend on the Good Shepherd and will give account to.

We are Christ’s, not our own. We are dependent on grace. We are unworthy, but chosen. We are seeking satisfaction in Christ, in God – not in ourselves.

We are broken that this has begun. Might He be pleased in all we do, for it is unto Him that it is all done.

Pray for us, pray with us and celebrate the sovereign majesty of our Lord – may He come soon.

More to come . . .

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In the midst of it all, God’s love is more . . .

As some of us have been taking a hard look at life and the danger of wasting it, paradigm shiftd have ensued. What we must never forget is the deep, deep love of God.

Please take the time to watch this sermon.

It matters.

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Treasuring Christ Church: Beautiful Feet

My wife and I were commenting to each other that the song, “Beautiful Feet” by Lacrae reminded us of Sean Cordell and those at TCC in Raleigh. With a burden to reach the inner-city – and doing it – they remind us all of the hard work to be done. I think that I have been forgetting that over the past few years. May God give us all “beautiful feet”, like them. If you have never looked them up – you should.

Go.

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Francis Chan on speaking truth

I am not very familiar with this pastor yet, but I have to say – I think I am liking him a lot. There is something about taking apart the machine that we have built that WE call Christianity and leaving it behind to walk with the LORD and actually believe the Scriptures and do THEM. If we believe this biblical . . . what are we going to do then? . . .

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