In the face of almost every world crisis—terrorism, tsunamis, earthquakes, war—we're reminded how fragile life is. There's a renewed focus on faith and prayer, but when the shock wears off, it seems the zeal for godliness does, too. Part of it is we don't like to be dependent on anything or told what to do. But the other part may be that even believers see a holy life as boring, restrictive, or better left to pastors and those who have an "in" with God.
If that is what you believe, you're missing out! There's great freedom and joy in living your life in the fullness of what God created you to be.
So what does godliness really mean, why do we shy away from the topic, and how can embracing godly living actually free us to be more than we believed we could be? Listen to this 6-message series as Stuart explores all of these questions and teaches how godliness is not simply a theological discussion—it's a personal relationship between you and your Savior.
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