Welcome to Christian Liberation
What does it mean to live an inspired and transformed life in today’s society? It simply means to live out the Christian life in simple ways by facing our fears and doubts. Through the power and promises of God’s inspired word there is comfort. It also means identifying who we are in Christ as redeemed and righteous through God’s sovereign grace. Living an inspired and transformed Christian life is simply living out the gospel in our own lives as a beacon of light in a growing dark, confused and perplexing world.
Together, we are engaged in transforming our lives through the renewing of our mind (Romans 12:1-2) on the very foundation of God’s Holy and Sovereign Word. Trusting in His divine and sovereign will for our lives brings depth of meaning to our own personal sense of being and how we relate to others. This begins with trusting in God through our faith. Cultivating our relationship through Christ by obedience to the guidance and counsel of the Holy Spirit.
Know: God through experience of His presence in our own lives as we submit to walk in His divine and Sovereign will. Through our relationship and knowledge of God, as we experience Him, we live by the power of the Holy Spirit (See, Deuteronomy 7:9, 29:10-13; Isaiah 66:2; Luke 11:28; Acts 1:8; and, Ephesians 1:17).
Being: A community of believers in faith, persevering through prayer and supplication to our Heavenly Father, and engaging in genuine and authentic worship where we pursue the holiness of God (See, Luke 18:1; John 4:23; Acts 2:46; 1 Peter 1:15 and Hebrews 13:15).
Practical Living: Purposeful and mindful in our stewardship, bringing others to Jesus through our own actions of living out the Gospel of Christ, being of service to others and our community, and revealing God’s grace and love to others (See, Matthew 28:18-20; John 13:13-17; 2 Corinthians 2:14 and 9:6-10).
Christian Liberation impact is to transform, renew, and speak toward a spiritual awakening and rebirth into those people who are hungering and thirsting after Christ and the Kingdom of God. It begins with impacting and transforming individual lives. Moves toward impacting our families, and then into our communities where we live, work, and play. As we minister to our own needs, we begin to move and minister toward the needs of others, reaching out and making disciples as directed by Christ. We are to impact an ever growing dark society that is grasping at false hopes and answers.