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Check out a new website www.H8SIN.com
Hating sin is not an attack on anyone who sins. And it does not magnify one sin over another. Sin is sin. And unfortunately, we all sin. We are naturally sinful. No matter how much good we do, our good could never outweigh our natural desire to gravitate towards sin.
This would all be in vain if we did not share the Gospel with you. For the Gospel is the reason we are here. By God’s amazing grace, the Gospel was shared with us. And this same Gospel, which transformed our lives, can transform yours as well.
The Gospel means good news. There is good news to share. The good news however will mean nothing to you if you were not aware of the bad news. So, let’s start with the bad news. The bad news is that we are all sinners. The bible says in Romans 3:23, “For all have sinned and fall short of the Glory of God.” Like was previously stated, no matter how “good” of a person we think we are, at the end of the day, we are sinners. We can never live up to God’s standard of righteousness. Furthermore, the bible says in Romans 6:23, “the wages of sin is death.” So, there is no way around it. We are sinners. And the only way to satisfy the penalty of our sin is death. But God, because he loves us, even more than we love ourselves, had a plan of salvation for us. And those plans to save us from the bondage of sin, to give us a new life, and to save us from his righteous judgment was through his Son Jesus Christ.
Christian discipleship is a mandated spiritual growth model given to us by Christ. It incorporates modeling, teaching, relationship, support and testing. If the Body of Christ forsakes discipleship, its members will not grow and thus will not be effective in their assignments. Some give up following Christ while others become confused, calloused, or complacent. Alternatively, they will be swept away by false doctrines and cults because they do not know the difference and are not stabilized in their faith.
Are you being discipled in the right way? Or being neglected to grow on your own? Join GCM Watch for One Week in the Word to learn more about true discipleship.
Pastor DL Foster and other members of the Overcomers Network will appear on “Atlanta Live” tonight at 7pm to discuss the organization’s mission, projects and vision. Atlanta Live is a popular interview segment of WATC TV which airs in over 1 million Atlanta area households.
The program will re-air the next morning (Tuesday) at 7am. You can watch live stream online www.watc.tv
Aiming to increase membership and visibility, The Overcomers Network (ON) has launched a new website, twitter and youtube channel. The organization hopes to further their message of advocating sexual holiness through biblical discipleship, fellowship and good works.
“I’m excited about the expansion and development of the Overcomers Network as we continue to serve our communities. The commitment of this organization continues to impact lives that will strengthen families, support communities, and bring hope to the world. As Overcomers so many of us have been forced into silence, so together we foster the bonds of sisterhood and brotherhood where everyone knows that their story matters and the voice has a place to be heard. We have walked out our freedom and continue to trust God to be bold witnesses of his delivering power and love.”, said Nakisha Thomas, Assistant Director.
Organized in July 2010, the ON currently has fellowship and discipleship groups meeting in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Memphis, Orlando, Columbus-Ft Benning, GA, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Dallas, Mobile-Pensacola and Chattanooga.
Believe yours is a prophetic voice?
Have a command of words to impact others?
Not currently writing?
Tired of sitting on the sidelines?
Hiding your gift under a bushel but want to let it out?
Want to write for the top blog dealing with contemporary church issues, especially homosexuality?
If the answer to all of these questions in yes, then GCM Watch is looking for you. There is an explosion of events occurring around us each day and its the role of GCMW to speak with clarity and interpret to the believing church what it means for us going forward. Thus, GCMW is seeking 2-3 new writers and commentators to replenish our team. If you are interested you must agree with our statement of faith, submit to an interview and be willing to handle some “assignment” writing as well as be a team player. Submit 1-2 writing samples to email@example.com. In the subject line, put “write for GCMW”.
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