Lifestyle of jesus

Teaching Series / Feb, 2021 – current

As we explored in our last teaching series, What Do I Want?, our desire to have the the life of Jesus (one of peace and power) must be nurtured by a life of the spiritual disciplines (Jesus’ lifestyle). In this series, we will uncover and apply many of the spiritual disciplines we see Jesus practicing in His life and ministry.

Keith Wheeler: Knowing Jesus
September 5, 2021

August 29, 2021

Prophecy and Corporate Direction
August 22, 2021

Special Guest: Report from the Middle East
August 15, 2021

Testimonies and Practice
August 8, 2021

Yield: Spirit-Led Prayer
July 25, 2021

Yield Part 1
July 18, 2021

Celebrate Recovery Sunday
July 11, 2021

Gratitude & Intercession
July 4, 2021

Ask Part 6
June 27, 2021

Ask Part 5
June 20, 2021

Ask Part 4
June 13, 2021

Ask Part 3
June 6, 2021

Ask Part 2
May 9, 2021

Ask Part 1
May 2, 2021

Rejoice Part 3
Apr. 25, 2021

Rejoice Part 2
Apr. 18, 2021

Rejoice Part 1
Apr. 11, 2021

Psalms from Folks at BC

A Psalm by Jennifer Day – May 22, 2021

Praying Psalm 30 By Jennifer Day This Psalm I began to pray, and God has kept bringing me back to...

A Psalm by Carla Matthews – May 15, 2021

A Psalm on the Character of God By Carla Matthews My God, Almighty King, You are compassionate and...

A Psalm by Anonymous – May 9, 2021

A Personal Psalm of My Attempt to Find Sabbath Rest in the Day to Day Busyness of My Life By...

A Psalm by Karin – May 9, 2021

A Psalm of Confession based on Fruit of the Spirit By Karin Lord, hear my confession. My enemies...

A Psalm by Anonymous – April 25, 2021

A Psalm of An Awareness of Glory By Anonymous A simple pathway amid ravishing grandeur.The profane...

A Psalm by Lisa Hart – April 25, 2021

A Psalm of Restoration By Lisa Hart Recounting times when I held onto grief and stress until my...

A Psalm by Matt Stavros – April 24, 2021

A Psalm of Thanksgiving By Matt Stavros I was searching for status in pay and promotionsI was...

A Psalm and Testimony by Jennifer Day – April 24, 2021

A Testimony and Psalm: My God is Everything to Me By Jennifer Day Believers Church has helped me...

Two Psalms by Kristi Bridges – April 24, 2021

Psalm 5am By Kristi Bridges Lord, You are my Savior, Father and Friend.When pestilence fills the...

A Psalm by Brittany Sheppard – April 24, 2021

A Psalm to Jesus By Brittany Sheppard When I thought I was doing all the right things and...

P. R. A. Y. with Lisa Koons
Mar. 21, 2021

Pause Part 3
March 14, 2021

Pause ZOOM Q&A
March 14, 2021 (2:30pm)

Pause Part 2
Mar. 7, 2021

Pause Part 1
Feb. 28, 2021

P. R. A. Y. (Pt. 2)
Feb. 21, 2021

P. R. A. Y. (Pt. 1)
Feb. 14, 2021

Series Introduction
Feb. 7, 2021

Suggested Resources

How to Pray the Psalms

A Resource Page of Books, Tools, and More from Believers Church

As we are exploring in this series, Lifestyle of Jesus, rejoicing is a central aspect of prayer! And what better way to rejoice than to experience and participate in the psalms?

Check out books, articles, downloads, and even music that will help you go deeper in the psalms and prayer.

Prayer Tool: Breath Prayer

From the Prayer Course Toolshed

One of the simplest forms of ‘slowing prayer’ that can bring a profound centeredness to our lives is discovering our breath prayer.

Our breath prayer is discerned in the silence where we learn that the Holy Spirit is our ultimate prayer-guide. Here as we acknowledge and submit to His gentle leadership, we become aware of His movements deep within us forming utterances that are beyond words (Romans 8:26-27), longing to pray through us.

The aim in this type of prayer is that as we consciously and consistently pray our… read the full tool.

Celebration of discipline

By Richard J. Foster

Celebration of Discipline explores the “classic Disciplines,” or central spiritual practices, of the Christian faith. Along the way, Foster shows that it is only by and through these practices that the true path to spiritual growth can be found.

Dividing the Disciplines into three movements of the Spirit, Foster shows how each of these areas contribute to a balanced spiritual life. The inward Disciplines of meditation, prayer, fasting, and study offer avenues of personal examination and change. The outward Disciplines of simplicity, solitude, submission, and service help prepare us to make the world a better place. The corporate Disciplines of confession, worship, guidance, and celebration bring us nearer to one another and to God.

How to Pray: A Simple Guide for Normal People

By Pete Greig

How to Pray is written to evoke a passion for prayer in everyone―the committed follower of Jesus as well as the skeptic and the scared. The enormous blessing of How to Pray is that it is accessible, full of surprising stories of answered prayer, and tremendously engaging. The basic idea is that prayer is a conversation between you and God. Pete Greig demystifies and reenchants prayer, helping you to find prayer achievable and enjoyable, and ultimately life-giving and life-changing.

How to Pray is designed to be used together with The Prayer Course (a free video curriculum associated with the Alpha course), making it useful for personal and group or church-wide reading.

The Spirit of the Disciplines

By Dallas Willard

The Spirit of the Disciplines presents a way of living that enables ordinary men and women to join with God and realize their highest aspirations of well-being and -doing. The key to this self-transformation resides in the practice of the spiritual disciplines. Readers will learn why the disciplines work and how their practice affirms human life to the fullest.

The Spirit of the Disciplines places solitude and silence, prayer, simple and sacrificial living, meditation upon God’s word and ways, and service to others at the heart of the gospel. “We can increasingly resemble Christ in character and in power by following him in his overall style of life … This was the method of his earliest disciples, and it is as valid today as it was then.” After all, if Jesus regularly engaged in these activities, how is it that we simple humans expect to get by without them? To enter into the spirit and practice of the disciplines is to move toward the authentic life of faith in Christ and active participation in the Kingdom of God around us.

If it’s your desire to become… read more.