The Four Questions: What do I do?

Finally, after answering the fundamental questions of our existence -- who is God and what has he done, and who am I? -- we can begin to understand what are we to do. Our life is lived in response to the gospel, in light of our new identities in Christ. We live "with eyes wide open to the mercies of God" (Romans 12:1).

With all this in mind, our fundamental mission as a church is to plant and grow authentic gospel communities. Listen, and join us.

The Four Questions: Who am I?

After learning who God is and what God has done, now we begin to realize who we are. We learn who we were created to be, who we are apart from Christ, and who we are because of Christ. From beginning to end, God intended his people to be a family of missionary servants. Listen as Daniel shares why each of these identities must be central to the identity of Covenant Community Church.

The Four Questions: Who is God?

Series Introduction

If we want to get a vision for where God is calling us individually and corporately, we need to ask ourselves four basic questions.

  • Who is God?
  • What has he done?
  • Who am I?
  • What should I do? 

This week, Daniel begins by asking the question, Who is God? We just spent four weeks learning the 4 G's: that God is great, glorious, good, and gracious. But that's just the tip of the iceberg. God is answering this question in various ways ALL THE TIME. Are you listening?