Foreigners | Resources

Have you ever felt like a foreigner in your own country?

Good news! The Kingdom of Heaven is not of this world, therefore people who follow Jesus are foreigners here. We are called to think different, approach life different. We are called to be unique, even a little … weird. 

Ultimately we are called to be holy. The concept of holiness has been misused. It probably does not mean what you think it means. In this series we will discover that a follower of Christ has been “set apart” by God himself. 

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Podcasts / Blog Articles

Revive Our Hearts Blog Post: Rediscovering What it Means to Be Holy
Have you ever been overcome by thoughts of the holiness of God? One time, as I listened to the choir sing “Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty,” I wept in the pew. I was simply overwhelmed by the perfect holiness of God; and I knew—except for my position in Christ—I am oh, so unholy.

The Daily Grace Company Blog Post:
Forming Holy Habits
Even if we have a desire to be like Jesus, we still have a sinful flesh that desires other things. 

Wild at Heart Podcast: Holiness in Stubborn Places
Holiness in Stubborn Places. Understanding the categories of brokenness, repentance and the enemy

Parent Cue Blog Post: Conversations Every Parent is Scared Of
Our kids are growing faster by the day, and that’s a wonderful thing. Let’s equip them for adulthood by talking about what really matters—even if it scares us.

Parent Cue Conversation Guide: Sexual Integrity for All Phases
We don’t feel equipped or comfortable leading the conversation about sex because, well, it’s sex we’re talking about, and with our kids.


Messy Grace | Caleb Kaltenbach
Rethinking Sexuality |Juli Slattery
Holier Than Thou | Jackie Hill Perry
Knowledge of the Holy | AW Tozer 
Holiness: God’s Plan for Fullness in Your Life | Henry Blackaby

Other Resources
Sexual Discipleship | Juli Slattery
Right Now Media | Grace. and Truth | Preston Sprinkle
Focus on the Family: What Does the Bible Say about Homosexuality (a theological/apologetic approach)