Entries by Big Timber Evangelical Church

Faithfulness: Part 2

Remaining faithful to one’s calling as a Christian seems to be increasingly hard. There are a lot of external things that are putting pressure on us. There are cultural values that conflict with things the Bible says. There are so many voices that question a basic understanding of God’s Word. If we actually choose to follow Jesus in the way the Bible encourages us to, we will “stand out” — and quite likely face ridicule. And yet we are called to His Love and called to be Love in this world. Today we will talk about faithfulness, to God, to His Word, to Love.

Faithfulness

Remaining faithful to one’s calling as a Christian seems to be increasingly hard. There are a lot of external things that are putting pressure on us. There are cultural values that conflict with things the Bible says. There are so many voices that question a basic understanding of God’s Word. If we actually choose to follow Jesus in the way the Bible encourages us to, we will “stand out” — and quite likely face ridicule. And yet we are called to His Love and called to be Love in this world. Today we will talk about faithfulness, to God, to His Word, to Love.

Be Steadfast

Following Jesus is more about becoming than doing. Scripture commands us to be and become the people of God characterized by the godly attitudes and attributes. This morning we will examine how we become steadfast by exploring a negative example of not being steadfast in Psalm 78.

Montana on a Mission

We recently had teams in the Philippines and Kenya, and both groups will be taking some time to share about their experiences. Many thanks to those who have been supporting Montana On A Mission and the work that’s being done locally and globally! We couldn’t do it without your many prayers and financial support.

Born Again And How New Identity Leads To Righteousness

The “Normal Christian Life” is a call to a new identity found in Christ. It is literally a conversion of life and character. The “Normal Christian Life” is exciting, challenging, and life-changing. It is also hard because habits change, time commitments change, and one starts the process of dying to self and living for God. In this series we are going to be looking at a single aspect of the Christian life each week of the series with the purpose of learning more about what it means to be a Christian.