But As For Me – David Belfield

Joshua in the Bible gave the Israelites a stark choice: to choose whom they would serve. And he summed it up with “But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.”

They had a choice.

And so do we. It’s about ownership. About standing together. About being. We will never see great victories in the Kingdom of God if we just follow the crowd.

Dave looks at the incredible benefits of ‘being’ church, standing together, and ownership – compared with the dangers of simply ‘doing’ church.