Tagged as Christmas, Consumerism, Die To Self, Hallmark Family, Identity in Christ, imagination, Peace
Tagged as Consumerism, Disciplines, Elijah, Mount Horeb, Presence of God, simplicity, Still small voice
Tagged as Consumerism, Interpretation, Sleep, Social Context, Story
Tagged as borders, Consumerism, contentment, serving, without
Tagged as AntiChrist, Consumerism, Radical, Rationing, Warzone
Tagged as American Dream, Consumerism, Culture, Lab Rats, Ownership
Tagged as Celebration, Consumerism, Music Styles, Praise, Worship
Tagged as Arranged Marriages, Consumerism, Dating, Dynamic Duo, Fullness
In ancient times, fathers would arrange marriages for their sons and daughters. In modern times, it is the individuals who broker their own marriage deals. We live in a consumerist dating era where people can pick their own mate. In this sermon, Greg and Christina Cleveland give a few guiding principles on how to date in the modern world, and they also give insight into who should really be brokering our marriage deals.
Tagged as Christmas, Consumerism, Empire, Subverting
Our culture is run by an empire built on the foundation of greed, selfishness, and consumerism. Jesus came to this world to subvert any empire other than the Kingdom of God. Jesus taught us the true meaning of freedom, peace, justice, and love, and He wants us to use these to subvert the empire.
Tagged as Caesar, Christmas, Consumerism, Haiti, Subversive
Jesus was born a subversive King. He was born to show the world the true Kingdom and the True God, and in so doing, showed the world how the Roman kingdom was false. In the spirit of Jesus’ subversive intention, Greg shows us a way to be subversive with the Christmas culture of the western world.