Eric presses how imperative it is to not just have a soft faith, but a firm faith. The realm of faith is not for the gushy believer, it’s imperative that the Christian be resolute and robust in his/her confidences in God’s Word, His nature, and His promises.
Start your Monday off with a hefty dose of powerful Gospel Truth! In this series, Eric Ludy unpacks the core spiritual principles that lead to a vibrant, faith-filled, victorious Christianity; a Christianity that does more than sit passively on the sidelines. These poignant messages will help you grasp the keys to a Christian life that really works and gain the kind of godly grit and growl that sends spiritual apathy packing.
This is part three of Eric Ludy’s four part series on faith entitled Deciding Between the Two. Many believers today flirt with doubt as if it were a harmless thing. In this message Eric uncovers the dangerous agenda of doubt and offers practical solutions for escaping its wicked talons.
There were likely many many trees in the Garden of Eden, but God zooms in and focuses on two very specific ones — the Tree of Life and the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. Why is that? Eric unpacks this mystery and demonstrates how the entire idea of Biblical faith can be understood in and through the lesson of these two trees.
This is part one of Eric Ludy’s four-part series on faith entitled Deciding Between the Two. Using Mary of Bethany and her bewildering breaking open of the costly spikenard as the muse, Eric dives into the mechanics and make-up of biblical faith — how it works in concept and how God intends to have it work in us.
Most Christians agree that Jesus is amazing. But few Christians today realize just HOW amazing He truly is. He WAS and IS God. Christianity is in desperate need of a return to the almighty divinity of Jesus Christ. It is our desire that this message will exhort unto that end.
Preeminence is such a wonderful word. Especially when it is associated with the Person of Jesus Christ. A very simple definition of the word would be — holding first place. In this message Eric labors to remove the fog bank that often surrounds the theology and doctrines of the Christian faith and zeroes in on what matters most of all.