What is church discipline, and why is it still critical for the body of Christ today? JFK draws on years of ministry experience and Biblical evidence to convince us to hold ourselves accountable to the nearest spiritual headquarters.
In this message, JFK and Georgina Mensah continue to explore some of the key issues that trouble marriages, even Christian unions. Delving into topics like submission, sexual and physical abuses in marriage, and pre/post-marital counselling, may this message bring healing to troubled marriages all over the world.
Many of us still struggle with the habit of a consistent and effective prayer life. To help our weakness, JFK Mensah walks us through the prayer life of Jesus. Why did Jesus pray, when, how, and what for? Perhaps these lessons can finally grant us the breakthrough we need in building our prayer disciplines.
As the Church prepares to celebrate Easter in an unprecedented way, JFK Mensah reminds us of why we must not neglect the feast, no matter what restrictions we find placed on ourselves. By drawing attention to the work of Christ in the justification of believers, he breaks down the doctrine and explains how Easter achieved our legal status of righteousness.
God bless you and keep you safe as you listen. Happy holy week!
In this season of Christmas, our focus has been on preparing our hearts for Christ by re-evaluating our attitudes towards God and asking Him for a renewal of our spirits. In this final message before Christmas, JFK Mensah invites us to realize that the God who made the heavens and the earth can create a million more such. He is the only One who can renew our spirits towards Himself, and He does this through Jesus Christ our Lord.
In this message, Rev. JFK Mensah walks a congregation through what happens when you become a child of God and how God has woven us all into one big family. He reminds us that every child of God is your Spirit-brother for all of eternity, and you will meet them in heaven forever. If you don't like it, he counsels, go to hell. The evidence of your being a child is your love for other believers (1 Jn. 3:8-10).