The Nature of Jesus, The Knowledge of God, and The Call of the Church

Each of the phrases in the title of this blog could be a whole series of blogs that I continually blog about.   However, tonight, it’s late and I just have one thing to say about all three subjects:  They are all deeply related.

Having said that, this was the subject of a message I just shared with our house church here in Cedar Rapids.  I believe we’re beginning to cross into some areas we’ve never been in before.  I had something else on my heart to share, but the Lord wouldn’t let me share about it until I took the time to lay a foundation for a real culture of repentance in our church.  I’m finding that one thing that is sorely missing in our churches is a true, non-religious culture of repentance.

All of that has to start with a thorough understanding of God, His nature, His thoughts about us as we live our lives as sinful human beings, and how all of those traits of God need to be reflected in the church.  If I’ve piqued your interest (or you’re one of the three people that read this blog to keep tabs on our house church–yeah I know about you guys) you can check out some of the stuff we talked about by clicking here.

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About traviskolder

Travis Kolder is a follower of Jesus, a husband, a father of five, an organic church planter, and a writer. He lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he serves as part of the Cedar Rapids House Church Network.

One response to “The Nature of Jesus, The Knowledge of God, and The Call of the Church”

  1. Jonas says :

    Thanks, Travis; I Needed that word.

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