No matter the size of the bandage applied, homelessness is too great a wound to cover. We think we’re winning the battle, but just as the wound is cleansed and redressed, infection sets in.
On this episode of the Faithlink podcast, we explore the book of Acts, Chapter 19 versus 13 through 20, where we learn that believers believe and carry out the Word, while pretenders pretend and neglect the word. Even though they invoke the name of Jesus, pretenders choose to ignore Jesus’ way in order to go their own way.
In this episode of the Faithlink podcast, Pastor Andrew explores Habakkuk 2:1-3. Dynamic devotion is not instantaneous, it's a rhythm of life, honed and developed through the discipline of practice. As you'll come to see from this message, a rich devotional life is an abundant stream that flows from an open, honest, heart-to-heart relationship with God.
I want to begin by applauding you for your passion and drive to willingly enter the dark cracks of your city, intent on serving those on the fringe. On this basis, however, I’m unable to overlook the following comment you shared regarding worship: "why worship? It’s just feel good fluff. The important place to be is at an idle-No-More rally or working at the food bank."
These words left me feeling somewhat miffed. In the past I’ve heard Christians speak haphazardly of worship, but when I read the words, “why worship?” I new they were not used by accident, which is of great concern to me.