Our Response

“God’s kindness is intended to lead us to repentance.” (Romans 2:4) We often mistake the kindness of God to mean that it really doesn’t matter to Him what we do. We take His grace and mercy for granted, and assume that we can just ‘do what we want’ and we’ll be forgiven later. As theContinue reading “Our Response”

The SAME Power?

The resurrection of Jesus was The event that changed history! Many don’t yet understand or believe that, but they will. For those of us who do, however, I posed a question yesterday that, I hope, God has been rattling us with: IF you believe that Jesus has risen, AND you have committed yourself to aContinue reading “The SAME Power?”

What’s Next?

Christians and Christian churches around the world just celebrated the most important weekend of the year as we remembered Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday. These are two of the three most important days in Christianity (the other, of course, being the day of Jesus’ birth). Here at Kalamazoo Community Church, as in millions of churches,Continue reading “What’s Next?”

Where Are The Mighty Ones?

What does it take to be ‘Mighty’? I’m not talking about muscles, weights, etc. I’m talking Eternally ‘mighty’. Is there anything that would make God think of us as ‘mighty’? In 2 Samuel 23, we read that King David had some ‘Mighty Men’ with him. These men were great warriors, loyal supporters of the King,Continue reading “Where Are The Mighty Ones?”

Salvation Without Repentance?

Salvation…an important word in the Church, and in Faith–especially Christianity. As we enter the season of Lent–the 40 days of preparation to celebrate the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, it’s important that we understand it. So, what does it mean? According to Dictionary.com, Salvation: noun 1. the act of saving or protecting fromContinue reading “Salvation Without Repentance?”