February 17, 2015
Called to Obedience
Sometimes it can be tempting to strive to do something significant. As a Creative I find myself wanting to write a significant song that will touch many hearts or lead a significant time of worship in which lives are truly changed. But I’ve come to realize, we are not called to significance. Instead, the calling is to obedience. Look through the bible and see how obedience reaps some major, significant outcomes. Look at Moses or Noah for example. Ultimately, look at Jesus and the Cross. The most significant act in all of history was one of sheer, humble, enduring obedience.
Whether we’re called to be up in front or behind the scenes, obedience is always significant in the eyes of God.
Creative Arts Pastor
additional Blog Posts
New Year, New Creation
It’s 2019; a brand-new year. For most, the new year represents new opportunities, new goals, and a fresh start. What are your resolutions this year? Is it to lose those extra pounds you packed on between Halloween and Christmas? Is it to start a new exercise program and get into better shape? Is it to…Read More
’Tis the Season
’Tis the season to be jolly…fa la la la la la-la la la… It’s the Christmas season, and everywhere you look, it’s hard to miss it. The radio has been blasting Bing Crosby, and Mariah Carey has been letting us know what she wants for Christmas since before Thanksgiving. Starbucks is handing out their…Read More
Help Without Hurting
How do we help the poor and needy without hurting them? Find out below and learn more at our Missions Mixer on December 2 at 12:45 p.m. in Small Church. The Bible teaches us time and time again that we are to love the poor, needy, and outcast. It explains both the rewards and…Read More