What you believe is how you live. How you live is what you believe. The Apostolic Creed
Knowing is beyond consent to a set of facts. Knowing is an ever expanding and deepening experience of the knowledge of God that percolates through our minds, informs the way we imagine and acts. The knowledge of God orders our life so that we find great joy in God. When we talk about our experience of God, love and friendship we are talking about knowing.
The Apostles’ Creed serves as an extremely useful confession of the essentials of the Christian faith. The ancient church has given the creed to the modern church as an indispensable gift. Christians need to know some theology – and the Creed is a good way to teach this theology. It is a good basis for discipleship, a succinct format of outlining the basics to guide us in a lifelong journey of following Christ in this life and assurance for the life to come.
The Apostles Creed
Feb.10.19 – “I believe in Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord.”
Feb.03.19 – “What you believe is how you live. I believe in God, the Father almighty, creator of heaven and earth.”
Advent and Christmas
Jan.27.19 – “Who are the Magi? Why did they come?”
Jan.06.19 – “Living between the first coming and second appearing of the Lord Jesus Christ”
1 Peter Series
Nov.25.18 – “Throw all your Anxiety on Him” 1 Peter 5:1-12
Nov.18.18 – “Atheist, Agnostic, Antagonist, Ambivalent” 1 Peter 4:12-19
Nov.04.18 – “What Do People Expect at Church?” 1 Peter 3:18-23