Messages from Judah Smith, Lead Pastor at Churchome. For more information, visit us online at churchome.org
Christianity Is Too Hard
We can complicate connecting with God, but he’s the vine, we are the branches, and our relationship is organic! We were designed to connect with Jesus; no striving needed!
After the Shaking
After a shaking, it’s tempting to make quick decisions and move fast. But God’s not in a hurry, and he’s going to do more than you could ask or imagine. Be still.
The Secret to Your Future
God knows what he’s doing and has it all planned out. His plans aren’t our plans, but they’re good plans, and he’s our ever present help.
Are You Living a Lie?
It can be temping to hide ourselves and do life alone, but when we’re “walking in the light,” we bring all of ourselves, are the first to tell on ourselves, and we embrace the “we” of fellowship.
The performance of Jesus set us free from guilt and shame. There is no condemnation in him, and he never wants you to feel ashamed. Let’s look at three powerful verses that will help you fight shame.
Why Go to God?
God wants us to go to him with anything, but we often don’t because we don’t understand him. He’s not destructive, dependent, or depleted. He’s a good, powerful, consistent father who always has time for us and wants to connect with us.
Thank you Judah
These messages have been very uplifting and I love how he just dives in with both feet to share the love of Christ. I love that he doesn’t just one big message abt the gospel because I have been to church’s before where that’s all they talk abt but he dives into the things that most people don’t talk abt and I love that
Thank you, Judah for not ignoring social justice!! We need more leaders like you to bring awareness to these things just as Jesus did! God bless you, your family and your church!
Pandering to the masses
Judah seems to be more interested in promoting himself than the gospel. He has become more current culture political than anything. Seems to be doing it for the accolades. More self serving than selfless.