Simplexity: Simple Faith In 2 Corinthians 11:3, Paul writes about the simplicity of following Christ. Being a Christian means having a simple faith. Simple, however, does not mean: shallow, doing less, or easy; it means we connect with God daily as we continue to walk with Him.
Simplexity: Taking Care of Your Calendar Ephesians 5:15-17 tells us to be careful about how we live and how we spend our time. Managing your time in a way that glorifies God is as easy as: looking carefully at your calendar, making the most of every opportunity, and by understanding God's will.
Simplexity: Every Body Matters Our bodies matter. Our bodies are the temple in which the Holy Spirit resides. There are 5 ways to honor God with our bodies, they are: consider what you eat, stay active/exercise regularly, take time to rest every week, commit to sexual purity, and develop a Godly self-image.
Simplexity: Mastering Your Money Simplifying our finances is a needed practice across America. In order to master our money, we must: pray that God will be glorified in our finances, be generous in our giving (to God and to others), make money honestly, and spend/save money wisely.
Simplexity: Building Better Relationships Building better relationships begin with loving God and loving others...but are there other keys to building better relationships? Building better relationships can be as simple as defining friendship, recognizing levels of friendship, evaluating your friendships, and be an awesome friend.
Simplexity: Of Wolves and Lambs We live in a world of complex problems and tensions. Through Jesus, we have been reconciled to God. Because of this, we have a message and ministry of reconciliation.
Simplexity: Making Church Simple If God can help us make the rest of our complex lives simple, can He do the same for His church? In order to make church simple, the body of Christ must establish a goal and focus on that goal by saying 'no' to cluttering events and programs.