This series gives practical application on how to "Be God's" - possessive - "Be His." When we live out our position as belonging to God, being loved and cared for by God, our lives radically change. When we embrace His acceptance, forgiveness and care for us, we can walk out with others what it means to live as loved.
Pastor Marty recaps this series on living as loved, a practical application of how to walk out what it means to belong to God.
How do we care for people with God's love? How is it that we are more connected than ever before in history, but our relationships our more disconnected than ever before? Learn how God created us for inter-dependancy; to need each other and function as God intended us to.
What does the Sabbath have to do with caring for ourselves? Isn't just a bunch of rules from a long time ago? Find out how the Sabbath is one way God helps us care for ourselves.
God's "fingerprints", His love and care for us, are seen in everything. Pastor Marty reminds us that we can be at peace and rest in knowing that.
What do we do when we have to forgive someone who has hurt us? Pastor Marty searches the Scriptures to show us what God says about forgiving others.
The ability to give and receive forgiveness is a gift from God. Often it is hardest to apply that forgiveness to ourselves. Hear what Pastor Marty has to say about this.
A key piece of living as loved is walking God's love out in a practical way through knowing God's forgiveness.
Everyone wants to be loved and accepted. Pastor Marty shows us in 1 Corinthians how accepting flaws in others only comes from accepting God's love for ourselves.
In the book of Luke we see how God's loved can transform how we see ourselves by accepting God's acceptance of us as we are, not as we could be.
In 1 John, Pastor Marty shows us that God's desire is for us to know His acceptance of us. That we would be embraced by His love and be transformed because of it.
This new series will walk us through Scripture on what it means to "Be God's" - Possessive - to "Be His." Through His Acceptance, Forgiveness and Care we can truly live as loved.