Summary: The Christian life is not a playground. Life is tough. It’s a struggle, even for the best of Christians, even for the strongest Christians. That’s why you need to share your burdens with one another.
Summary: We can learn to help one another through Paul’s experience about asking for help.
1- We must be motivated by Christ to help one another
2- We must struggle with one another in prayer
3- We must rescue one another from evil
Summary: There are things that make a healthy church family and they go a long ways in removing human obstructions that keep people from seeing who Jesus really is! 5 marks of a Biblical Church family from the last half of Romans 15. Expectations of a church famil
Summary: Paul’s final theological words to the Romans hold a lot of weight. But in some ways Paul says to ’lighten up!’ when it comes to dealing with people who are different than us in the body of Christ.
Summary: What we can learn from Paul’s future plans as he lays them out in Romans is what the nature of our focus should be. Our three-fold focus should involve our mission to save the loss, our devoted fellowship with each other, and prayer, which is a reflection
Summary: A church is many things, including the Kingdom of God in action. A church is to propagate itself, multiply itself, and deepen its impact. This means a church must boldly enter the Missions Zone.
Summary: This passage provides for us a remarkable description of the ministry involved in being a messenger of God. What is at issue is not what kind of messenger of God you are – teacher, preacher, or a witnessing believer, but the principles that are applicabl
Summary: How do we handle people who disagree with us? Paul gives us some good advice on how to listen actively, respond prayerfully, and watch circumspectfully when dealing with the less mature in Christ.