As parents, so many believers want to go to a parenting conference or listen to a seminar to get some secret to raising their kids in a godly manner.
“God is righteous, glorious, everlasting, possesses all authority over all things, and will never change forever and ever.”
That’s the kind of stuff you’ll hear in just about every worship song sung in the church today. And guess what? That’s not the gospel.
With everything going on in the world today, we thought it would be a good idea to show a godly, biblical perspective on racism. We hear opinions on the news and elsewhere, but it would be good to hear a biblical perspective on it. This article will address racism from it’s source.
It’s funny that when you have eternal life and know what that means — when you take it literally — it sort of messes up the milestone of having a birthday.
Matthew 19:26 (KJV) …with God all things are possible.
If you’ve been to Reform Church for any length of time you’ve probably heard us say things like “God doesn’t require any work from us” or “Good deeds are not our job, but the Holy Spirit’s in us” or “It’s not us that need to live for God anymore, but Christ lives in us for His purposes.”
At Reform Church, we know that what the Lord has spoken to us is the truth. And according to what the Lord has spoken to us we deliver that truth — whether that be through messages, articles, clips or just through one-on-one conversations.
Matthew 1:18 (KJV) Now the birth of Jesus Christ was on this wise: When as his mother Mary was espoused to Joseph, before they came together, she was found with child of the Holy Ghost.
We have a new handout for people who would like Pastor Jose to perform a funeral. In the past, we never had an issue with funerals,
If you have been around Reform Church’s teaching for a while, you’ve heard terms like, “the obedience of faith” before.
Ever thought to yourself or heard someone else say, “If God loves the world so much, then why all the suffering in the world?”
Often in movies you’ll see concepts thrown around about time travel. It seems like just a silly thing that you can overlook, but much of the reason why people might wish to travel back in time is to change the present.
It’s funny how most Christian music feels the need to include verses about their struggles against “the waves,” “the fire,” and “their mountains” like that’s normal.
Do we need to apologize to God when we do something wrong?
There may be struggles you’re going through. There may be heartache your dealing with. There may be sickness or pain you are experiencing for now.
We posted yesterday about the raising of the dead. Also the healing of the sick, etc. But how does one access these things?
Has anyone you’ve known ever “passed away”? Did you know that it’s no different then if they’d simply caught a mild cold?
When you hear someone say “I believe the word of God!” or “The word of God is true!” what do you think of? Well, you probably think of scripture, right?
“Reform Church, you talk so much about everything Jesus did in His first coming. But what about Jesus’ second coming? Aren’t you belittling the second coming of Jesus by only majoring on His first coming?”
This is how the church has taught us to receive finances and physical wealth from the Lord:
Think about this: Does a message have to fit in with traditional Christianity for it to be true?
These days it’s popular for churches (especially in youth groups) to hold purity classes. Churches want to inform people on how to stay pure. So RC decided to join them and write up it’s own purity class.
So many people think of the Resurrection (when Jesus comes back) as the day when everything will be made right–when all of their problems will finally be gone.
Today just remember, if you face any obstacle or hardship whatsoever, God will NOT give you the victory…
Some people say “God’s not looking for you to live perfectly…” But wait,