Fear is defined as a distressing emotion aroused by impending danger, evil, pain, etc., whether the threat is real or imagined; the feeling or condition of being afraid. It’s natural. The problem of fear for a Christian is whether or not we see fear through the lens of faith.
Pastor Tim Thomas, continues our “Who Is Jesus?” series, sharing a time when the demands of discipleship caused many to turn away and abandon the path, because it was too hard. Jesus was often abandoned by His disciples, even to the end.
All too often, we approach God with fear and trembling attempting to hide our faults and shortcomings. Jesus invites us to honest, finding the healing transformation that only comes through confession and repentance.
Pastor Tim, continuing our series, “Transformed: Jesus IS the Difference,” encourages us to face our fears with power and victory through Jesus, alone.
Pastor Tim Thomas shares about the ongoing walk of victory that comes when we BELIEVE. Living a life that demonstrates the truth that Jesus IS ALIVE…that He is alive in us, that is our privilege and call. Preaching from John 19:31-37, Pastor Tim focuses on verse 35, “…so that you also may believe,” speaking to
Pastor Patrick Rainey, preaching from Isaiah 41, reminds of the grand provision of Almighty God as our sustainer, our power, our strength…so why are we so afraid?
When does the natural fear response become an issue that hinders us? When fear overtakes us, what are we to do? Pastor James St. John offers 4 biblical ways to face fear and overcome it, in his continuing series, “Be Very Afraid?”.
Christians, we have a fear problem. Fear is natural, but it is often rooted in the irrational. At the heart of the problem, for Christians, is the need to face fear, faithfully. Pastor James St. John begins a two-part series on Fear, taking a look at The Heart of the Problem.