Summary: When realizing how difficult, time-consuming and strenuous some new commitment will be, we might find ourselves asking the rhetorical question, “Seriously?!?” But any worthwhile lifetime value is going to require time, energy, commitment and resolve. Maintaining physical fitness, for example, does not happen without a serious level of devotion. And this principle is likewise true for spiritual fitness. We need a continual renewal of commitment to timeless and eternal goals. So, seriously, let’s talk about this; and let’s do it for ourselves and the generations of our families to come.
|2/9/20||“The Goal of Our Faith”||Randy Buchman||1 Peter 1:3-16|
|2/16/20||“The Goal of Pleasing God”||Randy Buchman||2 Corinthians 5:6-10|
|2/23/20||“The Goal of Being a Champion”||Garrett Kercheval||1 Corinthians 9:24-27|
|3/1/20||“The Goal of Gaining the Prize”||Randy Buchman||Philippians 3|
|3/8/20||“The Goal of Heavenly Affections”||Randy Buchman||Colossians 3|
|3/15/20||“The Goal of an Eternal Home”||Randy Buchman||Hebrews 11:1-16|