More than ever, every Christian needs to be established in the discipline and labour of prayer. Drawing from the example of Jesus and other Biblical models, JFK highlights the characteristics of aggressive prayer, what kinds of things to pray for aggressively, as well as what is not aggressive prayer. Be blessed as you listen!
How can young people take advantage of this period of their lives to serve God and make an impact in their communities? JFK engages young Christians in this message on making time for God while you are yet young. He also provides helpful tips on balancing work, family, and ministry.
JFK Mensah concludes his series on Marriage and Family Life with this message on the importance of the family altar for all Christian homes in these times. He walks us through how to set it up, and provides some counsel for the challenges parents may run into as they try to implement it. God bless you and your home as you listen.
Current events dictate that Christians ask themselves what is going on. JFK Mensah shares his convictions on whether the pandemic is a sign of the end times. If so, what should be the reaction of the Christian and of God's church?
As believers, we look forward to the day when we will be finally and completely taken away from the presence, power, and body of sin. JFK Mensah works us through the Christian doctrine of Glorification, and what its implications are for us.
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!
We continue our series on Spiritual Growth with a discussion on facing life's challenges; evangelism, soul-winning, and disciple-making; and Christian fellowship as pillars for our spiritual growth. In this season of global panic, it is comforting to remember that the word of God does not change, and that we can rely fully on it because it will never disappoint. Keep safe, and keep growing. God be with you.
In this continuation from last week's message, JFK Mensah begins to walk through the habits for spiritual growth. Just as the physical body requires certain disciplines in balanced proportion, so also our spiritual lives are sustained and developed by dedication to certain spiritual disciplines. Any Christian seeking to grow spiritually can begin by living out these principles with the help of the Holy Spirit.