We have often heard it said that when one doesn't feel close to God, ask yourself the question, "Who moved?". Even those who have been transformed by the Lord and have walked with Him for some time continue to have questions and still find themselves in the valley at times. As we continue to dive deep into the book of Luke, we understand that as believers we will walk through mountaintop experiences as well as valleys. Those mountaintop experiences are crucial to how we will handle the valley. Listen in to this week's sermon to hear about what the disciples learned from their mountaintop experience and how they handled their time in the valley. May it be an encouragement to you in your walk with Christ when you have questions or walk through difficult times.
Though the technology of GPS has certainly made our lives easier, there are still times when we are following that highlighted blue line that we need to be sure we are paying close attention. Maybe it's dark. Maybe there is a detour or the area is completely new territory to us. Whatever the reason, we need to not just follow, but to follow well. This week as we continue in our "Follow Series" through the book of Luke, we gain a deeper understanding of what it means to follow Jesus well. What does it look like? What is the everyday call to follow Him well? What can we learn from His interactions with the disciples? Listen to this week's sermon to learn more about what the call to follow Jesus can look like your life.
In our society, it is not uncommon to hear how important it is to be a leader. There are many books, articles and podcasts on this topic. It's rare that you hear the focus on being a follower. As believers, being a follower actually plays an important role in our everyday lives. So what does it mean to actually be a follower of Jesus? In the book of Luke, as Jesus teaches the disciples, we learn what it means to truly follow Him and rely on Him as we share the gospel. Listen in to our latest message to see how Jesus shows us how to be the "lead-follower."