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Eternal life is an absolutely free gift, but a transformed life requires us to lean in with all of our effort, while simultaneously relying completely on the power of God. As we do, our lives become an increasingly powerful witness in a dark and broken world.
God has done great things for us, in us, and through us since Southwood was founded ten years ago. Today, we give Him thanks and celebrate the lives He has changed.
When we understand and believe the gospel, it motivates us to respond in gratitude. Once we know Jesus, we are called spend the rest of our lives learning how to be more like Him. As a result, our thoughts, words, attitudes, and actions will change as we increasingly reflect...
We become one, and the gospel advances when we yield our lives to the gospel; when we yield our lives to one another; and when we yield our lives just like Jesus yielded His life for us.
When the church body is united in living like Jesus, the Gospel has fertile soil to spread. The greatest enemy of becoming like Jesus is self.
We are all selfish sometimes. We fight for our own rights, and we pursue what makes us happy at the expense of other people. As followers of Jesus, though, we are called to surrender our rights for the sake of the gospel. We are commanded to have the attitude of Jesus, who s...
Believers should represent the Gospel by living with Consistency, Cooperation, and Confidence.
We who know Jesus have already received the greatest gift known to man. Now it is our duty to live worthy of that gift.
Believers public expression of their faith must be grounded in the gospel.
What we really long for, whether or not we can clearly say it, is unfailing joy - joy we cannot lose and joy that cannot be taken from us. We chase after it in the world, but any thrills we find quickly fade because the joy we long for is only found in Jesus.