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Dead To Sin…Seriously!

Dead To Sin…Seriously!

Dead To Sin? How does that work? Our experience might argue that we are not dead to sin, but in Romans 6.1-11, Paul presents a powerful proof that God’s grace does not justify any pursuit of sin in our lives. He calls that argument ridiculous and explains that we are free not to sin because… Continue Reading

Do you ever find yourself scanning the net or looking at billboards and bumper stickers or listening to the radio, surfing the net or TV hoping to find a tidbit of encouragement to help you make it through another day?

Living in our world presents us with all kinds of seeming inconsistencies – sunshine and rain, work and rest, joy and sorrow, success and failure, birth and death. When I experienced a divine encounter with God I knew my search was over.

Like many of you, I was a pilgrim searching for the pearl of great value, hoping for that divine encounter that might harmonize the inconsistencies and carry me farther on my journey. In 1973  I found the pearl, or perhaps I should say it found me. Since that encounter, my desire has been to encourage and support others as they journey by suggesting to them that the only thing that can bring harmony and hope was offered to us all two millennia ago.

I have come to think of it as Simply LIFE. This is our story and our message.

We hope we can interact with you and answer any questions you might have about God, Jesus, the original Gospel and how you might benefit from a better understanding of your new identity in Christ. We offer tools to make this new journey practical. While it is not always easy, it is very often simple.

Dr. Dallas Willard summarized it so well: “He calls us to him to impart himself to us. He does not call us to do what he did but to be as he was, permeated with love. Then the doing of what he did and said becomes the natural expression of who we are in him.”

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