The Bible says that “you who were once far away from God have now been brought near to him by the blood of Christ” (Ephesians 2:13). Our sin causes us to betray God - over and over again. This betrayal separates us from Him. But God’s desire is that we’d be in a relationship with Him - so much so, in fact, that to remedy this He sent His son Jesus to die and pay the penalty for our sins. Because of this, those who believe in him now get to call him “friend.” Traitor May Mend is a celebration of the work Jesus did on our behalf. It’s also an invitation to consider where you stand with God in the hopes that your journey with Him will be like the one He wants for you - from a traitor, to a friend. ... Read more
It's one of the most unique concepts of the Christian faith. It's also the most scandalous. It's easy to receive, but often the most difficult to comprehend. It's what attracts people the most to Christianity, but can also be a big stumbling block when not applied correctly. So what is "it"? Join us for "Christianity's Most Scandalous Idea" to find out.
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