51 results for tag: Christianity without religion

Giving Thanks to the Master

In the final analysis, we are thankful not for things or a "what"-but a Who. In the ultimate and final sense, our thanksgiving is for the immeasurable grace of our Master.

May 2019

CLICK HERE to read now (PDF Format) Articles: Religion: Where Is the Love? – pg. 1 Not That Kind of Christian – pg. 2 The Power of God's Love – pg. 5 Happy 100th Birthday – pg. 6 Crowned with Tender Mercies – pg. 7 Quotes & Connections – pg. 8 CLICK on MAGAZINE COVER BELOW for Flipping Page Format

Are You a Believer?

Find out how replacement beliefs like dish towel religion can insidiously diminish and devalue God's love.

The Universal Body of Christ

Paul's letter to the Ephesians offers incredible insights into the nature of the church - the body of Christ. Join us for this fascinating study.

Conversion – Getting Saved or Being Reconciled?

When giving their "testimonies" some talk about "getting" saved - is that what happens? Can anyone actually "get" saved?

Faith Alone, Grace Alone and CHRIST ALONE – Pt. 3

When all is said and done, our relationship with God all comes down to CHRIST ALONE - faith and grace are themselves rooted and grounded in Christ, who is the very center of all that we are.

Faith Alone, GRACE ALONE and Christ Alone – Pt. 2

Join us for GRACE ALONE, the second message in this three part series, as Greg considers the much misunderstood, mis-used and abused topic of God's amazing grace.

FAITH ALONE, Grace Alone and Christ Alone – Pt. 1

We begin a three parts series which will carefully consider this phrase, so often used here at CWR. This week, we'll the teaching given to us in Romans 4:13-25 about FAITH ALONE.

The Not Yet Kingdom – Pt 2

While the kingdom of God is very much present in our lives now, the kingdom also has a future tense, when it comes in its fullness.

The Already Here Kingdom – Pt 1

This first of a two part series examines the present reality of the kingdom of God - Jesus said that it is here, now!

Them vs Us

Accusations and condemnations continue among competing churches and denominations - as do church splits and divisions. And then there's the seemingly endless, strident messages from many pulpits about non-Christians. What is a Christ-centered perspective about all of this angry rhetoric?

You Are My Friends

He doesn't call us a slave or a servant- nor does he insist that we keep our distance, as he is our teacher and we are merely his disciples and students.