Laziness is a sin

Week after week I hear members talking about their laziness. Some are concerned about their laziness. Some feel that their laziness is a barrier to their godliness. I agree with each one. The Bible calls laziness a sin. It causes us to not produce fruit and thus not glorify God. This is a sin we must overcome. The question I …

Concerning Healing

I would like to present the topic of healing under two main categories. The first category is “Response Generated”. The second category is “Longevity”. Response Generated Many healings are recorded in the Bible. Some of these were performed by the Old Testament prophets, some by the Apostles, some the disciples of Jesus and some by Jesus. As far as the …

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Reaching out to visitors

One of the struggles I have is speaking with new people. I just find it so hard to be the first person to strike a conversation with a stranger or with someone who is relatively new. It takes till the other person breaks the ice for me to speak. Even after that I cannot seem to remain in a conversation …

Growth

You understood that? Great! Now what?

Most of us understand that the process to growing in sanctification begins with understanding scripture. Step 1: Understand scripture Step 2: Grow in sanctification You have tried hard to grow in sanctification. You have worked hard to pay attention to sermons, private Bible reading and studying, you read books, memorize scripture. You do all things that are good for growth …

What are ways for us to love our neighbour?

It would be an interesting discussion to know what the phrase “love your neighbour” means to you. Would you comment below on what you think this phrase means and what are some ways we can go about loving our neighbour.

Would you continue to gather at CCube…

… if we stopped proclaiming the gospel? … if we no longer held to the centrality of Christ? … if we adopted a heresy? Would you still have the same set of friends from church? Are your friendships based on your commonalities – age, gender, income, ethnicity, hobbies etc.? Or are you attempting to make friends because of the bonds …

Helping the reader in you

At Cross Cultured Church, we encourage reading as a part of both discipleship and learning. An excellent tool for readers is found in GoodReads. If you read regularly, you should use this app to help you with keeping track of what you have read. We have also created an account for Cross Cultured Church at GoodReads and are working on …

Arpan and Sam ordained as elders

In yesterdays members’ meeting, the members voted affirming Sam and Arpan as elders. They were ordained and inducted into the church leadership as elders. They will serve in this capacity for three years after which they must be reaffirmed. Join me in praising God for them. This brings in a new era in the history of CCube.