Apostolic Foundations 4
Many christians lack confidence and struggle to connect with god or find victory over sin. This dilemma is both predictable and inevitable when we live under the wrong covenant.
Warning: This is meat, not milk. Prepare to be liberated and disrupted.
Do covenants really matter? First answer this: Have you felt exhausted trying to please God? Unable to overcome habitual sin? Constantly measuring your failures and judging yourself? If so, chances are good that you are striving under the wrong covenant. Law is a covenant of works, so if you’re living with an Old Covenant mindset, you will exhaust yourself.
Jesus said, “Be born again.” What does it mean to be reborn under a new covenant? Is the new thing simply an upgraded version of the old, or something far more radical? In the next surge of history, the Holy Spirit is fueling a deep desire for “the summing up of all things in Christ” (Eph. 1:10). So do you live in Christ, Adam, or Moses?
Begin your journey with the first of five Apostolic Foundation courses by author and Bible teacher, Dean Briggs. Immerse yourself in 58 short sessions that you can easily listen to in 10 minutes…then chew on for days. Use the included Companion Booklet and Study Notes to make the most of your experience as your internal landscape gets realigned to the total superiority of the New Covenant.
It’s time to get your foundation fixed.
The root cause of countless issues for the average, struggling Christian is that they try to be a New Creation under an Old Covenant. If you find yourself easily rattled by circumstances, sin patterns and stress, you may be built on the wrong foundation. The new covenant is established on Christ alone. Are you?
“New levels of glorious freedom!”
“Such a greater understanding between the two covenants! Faith was built up. What a weapon…to see myself crucified with Christ as never before. Keeping me from deception.”
“I am beginning to understand the practicalities of New Covenant living”
“The truth shall set you free. I felt Dean pointed us beautifully to the Truth of the Person of Jesus. I am becoming enamored by Jesus and can’t wait for more.”
The Covenant Community of Christ