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The Invitation to Freedom

by Mandy Lucas | series |

We all have experiences with guilt, regret, and shame. No matter how long we follow Jesus, we are confronted with things in our lives that do not match who Jesus is and the person He has called us to be. They might be things from our past or even our present. These things can become a part of our stories and who we are. In fact, it is hard for us to imagine our lives without these things because of the roles they have played and the impact they have made. But Jesus invites us to be free from the guilt, shame, and regrets of our past. That doesn’t mean these things magically disappear, but they are forgiven and reconciled so we can live in the freedom Jesus offers.

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Image: Dying to Live – Lent 2020
February 26, 2020

Dying to Live – Lent 2020

In John 12:23-26 Jesus states that if we love our life here we will miss true life, but if we...

Image: The Invitation to Remain
February 23, 2020

The Invitation to Remain

One of the major themes of the New Testament is that followers of Jesus have union with Christ, they are...

Image: The Invitation to Renew Your Thinking
February 16, 2020

The Invitation to Renew Your Thinking

When we talk about becoming a Christian or what it means to follow Jesus, we often focus on what we...

Image: The Invitation to Freedom
February 9, 2020

The Invitation to Freedom

We all have experiences with guilt, regret, and shame. No matter how long we follow Jesus, we are confronted with...

Image: The Invitation to Encounter God
February 2, 2020

The Invitation to Encounter God

Many of us long to encounter God. We often want to encounter God on our terms, in our way, and...

Image: The Invitation to Follow
January 26, 2020

The Invitation to Follow

Jesus invited four fishermen to follow him. He asked them to leave behind their trade, business, security, and homes. He...

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