Loving God: The Old Testament example found in Deuteronomy 6:5 and the New Testament example of Matthew 22:37 of loving God with all of our heart, soul, and mind is married together in the scripture, “We love because He first loved us” 1 John 4:19.
Growing Families: Living life believing that we are better together, and that Christ bridges the
gap of our differences. Whether in-person or online, we should remember the scripture found in Hebrews 10:25.
Serving the Kingdom: Serving the Kingdom of God is best described as a two-fold venture. First, by being a community and establishing a local body of believers. Secondly, becoming a part of the community so that the locality’s particular needs where the church resides are helped or answered in a Christ-centered way.
Welcome to the M12 Blog! Today, we embark on an extraordinary journey – not just through the pages of history but the depths of our purpose-driven lives. We're about to unravel the captivating stories of Paul's Third Missionary Trip and draw lessons that resonate with...
In the rich tapestry of Scripture, stories and events unfold that offer profound insights into our purpose as believers and our journey of faith. Among these, the accounts of Paul’s second missionary journey, the Macedonian Cry, and the invitation to sit at the King’s table stand out as guiding principles that resonate deeply with our pursuit of purpose.
In the tapestry of life, each of us is woven with a unique calling, a divine purpose that beckons us to step out in faith and fulfill God’s plan. Drawing inspiration from the narratives of Terah’s pivotal decision in Genesis and Paul’s resolute journey in Acts, we unveil profound lessons on navigating our purpose with unwavering faith, conquering fear, and shunning distractions.
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