If you’ve been around Reform Church for a while, you know that Jesus has redeemed us from this present earth, and instead, put the image of the new earth in us.
If you ask literally any Christian today, “Are you a Bible-believing Christian?“ They will undoubtedly tell you, “Yes!“ I think that most Christians BELIEVE that they are Bible-believing, but I think it’s less common than you might suppose.
Pastor Jose Perdomo / Pastor Mike Perdomo
If you call yourself a Christian — well, even if you’ve ever been to church before — for that matter, even if you’ve ever been to a home decor shop, I’m sure you’ve heard of the phrase “love is the greatest of these” or seen it stitched on a pillow somewhere.
Recently we updated our homepage in order to better accommodate and direct new visitors. Well, we just added some more!
Now we’ve got a scrolling slideshow to advertise relevant portions of our website. And we now feature our different media types (Messages, Articles, Quick Reads) a lot better. That way no media is forgotten.
Take a peek! It’s much more functional and looks great too (especially on desktop).
Recently, we released an article called “Nobody’s Perfect? Untrue!“ which addressed the misconception that “nobody is perfect“. Well, today let’s address the misconception that “we are all sinners.“ That is also not true!
Nobody is perfect. Everybody is flawed. Ever heard that before? Guess what? It’s not true. The Bible says that there are people that have been made perfect.
Back in the day, people used to call preachers when someone died so that they could raise them back up again. Now we call preachers when someone dies so we can finalize their death with a funeral. I think we’re missing something.
Ever been to church and heard the word “hypocrite“ used before? It’s a pretty common word we use in the church for people that don’t practice what they preach. If we see a preacher caught doing something wrong, lots of people would call him a hypocrite. And likewise, when a preacher sees sin prevalent in the church, he might look at that and call that hypocrisy.
Hey everyone! Remember to set your clocks forward one hour tonight! We don’t want anyone an hour late for church tomorrow because it’s going to be a great and important service. We’re correcting the church’s perception of Jesus in these last days, and you’re a part of it! We’ll see you there or we’ll talk to you online at reforminus.com/live!
Why does God say to live by faith instead of by what you see? Well, you have everything in Christ. You have everything going for you. God has redeemed you, provided for you and has qualified you to walk in all of it! But guess what? Your eyes could never tell you that. Never.
Ever heard of a “lukewarm Christian“? It’s the term we use for Christians that lack commitment in living their life for Christ. What a bunch of deception.