On this Thanksgiving, I would like express my profound gratitude toward all of you.
I am blessed by all who frequent this site to read our posts, listen to our podcasts, and take advantage of other resources. Thank you!
I feel it’s a privilege to attempt to answer the many questions I receive, and I’m especially blessed by all the testimonies and words of thanks I regularly receive from you. Thank you!
And I and the entire ReKnew team are tremendously grateful to all of you who are able and willing to financially support this ministry. Your partnership with us is what allows us to do all we do, and so, from the depths of our heart, we want to say, thank you!
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The classical view of God has held that God is impassible, meaning he is above pathos (passion or emotions). The main reason the church came to this view was that, following the Hellenistic philosophical tradition, they associated emotions with change while believing God was above all change (immutable). Moreover, experiencing emotions implies that one is affected by…
Every good thing in our lives is an unmerited gift from God. This includes your specific skills, strengths, and talents. Here Greg discusses the importance of recognizing that our gifts are on loan from God, and we are entrusted with them to be a blessing to others. Click here to view the complete sermon and other resources.
Today we’re appreciating the life of Nelson Mandela. What a beautiful soul.
Each Friday we post content sent to us by our readers that is inspiring, funny, lighthearted or just generally fun. If you’d like more information on submitting content for this feature you can get more information here. Today’s post comes to us from Brandon Andress. This is a post from last December from his website. Very inspiring.…
I Thessalonians 5:16-18 says, “Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.” Most Americans define themselves as distinctly unhappy. Why is that and what can be done about it? Is there really a “secret” to happiness? In this sermon clip from…