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Who We Are:
Not Of The World Ministries, Inc, (NOTWM, Inc.) is a Christian educational ministry that provides online Bible-based materials that illustrate how we Christians can live for the Lord and serve others effectively. This website will feature:
Resources to help people strengthen their understanding of the Bible and its personal application.
Christ-centered models for living that incorporate spiritual maturity with moral fidelity.
Tools that will help Christians establish and/or strengthen their commitment to Christ.
Practical examples of how we all can serve the Lord and others effectively.
An understanding of fundamental spiritual and moral principles, essential to spiritual growth.
Our name is based on John 17:16; there our Lord Jesus Christ described His followers by saying: “They are not of the world, even as I am not of the world!”
We disseminate printed media, audio-visual materials, do presentations and utilize the internet and other promotional resources at our disposal.
In this way, we create an atmosphere where relevant, Bible-based presentations of the Christian life can help other Christians develop and maintain a personal and professional outlook that helps to foster a culture of home, church and societal harmony.
October 12, 2019 From the time of God’s Creation until now, it has always been the His design to have eternal, unbroken fellowship with the centerpiece of His Creation: humanity. So while addressing us, the Lord Jesus Christ cites Old Testament Law (Deuteronomy 6:5) to revise the old, established model of faith. Here, He establishes …
October 5, 2019 In His meeting with the Jewish religious leader Nicodemus recorded in John Chapter 3, the Lord Jesus Christ made several astounding claims. His first claim was that we all have to be Born Again to see the Kingdom of God (3:3). His second claim was that we have to experience both natural …
September 28, 2019 In Matthew 18, it was only “natural” for Peter to ask the question: How often should I forgive? Seven times? From our human perspective, forgiving once is remarkable, and forgiving seven times is extraordinary. We too often keep track of the times when someone offends us, and we bear grudges against those …
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