Category Archives: Old/New Covenants

The sweet aroma of Christ

We are living in a time of unprecedented fear and instability when news from any source is mostly bad. Outrage is the norm. You’ve got people talking vaguely about dark corners and deep shadows and everyone seems to know what … Continue reading

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Wings to fly

Do this and live the law commands, But gives me neither feet nor hands. A better way His grace doth bring; It bids me fly, and gives me wings. Such confidence we have through Christ before God. Not that we … Continue reading

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Mission: Reactivation

Recovering and embracing the original purpose of the church. Recapturing the lost experience of discipleship. Reaching the worldwide community. Reactivating the New Covenant Your mission today, and every day, (should you choose to accept it), is to get yourself up out of bed and … Continue reading

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No cruise control for the New Covenant Christian

Let’s go back to that morning that started off the church with a bang. It all happened in one remarkable day. Estimates say there were roughly 120 believers gathered in Jerusalem during the celebration of the Passover when suddenly there … Continue reading

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Reactivate the New Covenant

The New Covenant is the most important truth about living the real Christian life that almost no one knows about. It runs counter to most of the teaching and assumptions Christians have about being a better person, doing the right … Continue reading

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‘Christ in you, the hope of glory’

The Catch Ministry was incorporated in 2012 as a CyberChurch when very few recognized the digital dimension could provide faith-based experiences.  But people like Peter Herschend, George Barna, JD Schlieman, and Michael McCausland recognized the need to focus on the … Continue reading

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Making God sad?

Jesus loves me, this I know, “… and in the in-between time …” For the Bible tells me so. Little ones to Him belong; They are weak but He is strong.   Jesus loves me—loves me still, Though I’m very … Continue reading

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What does God require?

Then they asked him, “What must we do to do the works God requires?” Jesus answered, “The work of God is this: to believe in the one he has sent.” John 6:28-29 This is the work God requires: to believe. This statement … Continue reading

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