Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. – Galatians 6:7 NIV I gotta be real honest here. I’ve always been afraid of this verse in the Bible. Maybe it comes from my childhood church denomination, where somehow, I learned that God would smite me, or strike me withContinue reading “You Reap What You Sow”
How teachable are you in leading others? Let’s find out. Click the image to hear the sermon.
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on the idea of listening to the calling of God in your life, answering that calling, and taking the steps to “GO”. Our spiritual father, Abraham, was called to go to a land that God would show him. He didn’t know the future, but he trustedContinue reading “Should I Stay, or Should I Go?”
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on the idea that finances are deceiving. Do not put your trust in riches, for they are not where joy and security originate, nor sustained. Join us to see what happens when people put their love and trust in money.
What kind of leadership do you follow? Are you and “outcome” based leader, or a “character” based leader? Walk with us through the values of leadership and as yourself, “Am I living the example of life that others want to follow?
How far “down the road” do you think, as a leader? Sometimes people tell me they “take one day at a time”, or “all I need is grace for today”, which is really quite biblical. Jesus said it like this, “Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink;Continue reading “Long-term perspective”
“If I had a nickle for every time a students has used that excuse with me… ‘my brother died, and I had to leave your class today’, I’d be a wealthy man. Prove it!” barked the professor at a local university. Maybe a little context might help. Over a year ago, as a pastor, IContinue reading “Why would you even say something like that…?”
Remember those novels a while ago that let you choose your own adventure ending? Character development would set the stage, then you’d be given the choice to turn to specific pages if you’d like to make the story turn out different ways. I like that idea, for theological reasons. Specifically, as a church body, weContinue reading “Choose Your Own Adventure”