Here are the folks who are bringing No Compromise, the web site, to you.
Pictured are (Clockwise ) Terry, Tannessa, Rachel and Connor Wilson. It is our sincere hope and prayer that we may be of service in helping you pursue righteousness, godliness, faith, love, endurance and gentleness as you fight the good fight of the faith.
(1 Timothy 6: 11-12)

Helping others learn about, and serve, Jesus.

"No Compromise" was the order of the day for the reformers. Risking their very lives to stand against doctrinal error within the church, they defended the faith and, in so doing, changed the course of history.

We serve a righteous God who requires total commitment from His people. That is what this page is all about.

All too often the church has settled into a comfortable, lukewarm Christianity that asks not much more of us than to "try" to do good and realize that we are forgiven in Jesus. While, in essence, these things are true, they are not the whole truth.

It is difficult to live in a time of instant breakfast, fast food and disposable products. Nothing really takes that much effort. It seems, also, that with all of these conveniences, we have less time to ourselves. Managing the time we do have has become a delicate balancing act between home & family, work, children (and all those related activities), and recreation. God is not included in this list because He doesn't belong there. God is not one of many items on our list of "things to do". You cannot slot out a time for Jesus, no matter how long, and think that it is sufficient. He demands nothing less than all that you have. We must each become committed to reach a place where Jesus so permeates are lives that nothing is done without Him being central to it. Jesus commands us to die to ourselves, pick up our cross and follow Him. This requires effort and sacrifice on our part. Not just a little time on Sunday or at a Wednesday Bible study, but every hour of every day, moment by moment.

When I speak of the personal effort involved, I am not talking of salvation by works. The work necessary for salvation was finished 2000 years ago on the cross at Calvary, and  to that nothing can be added. It is not of our own effort, lest any man should boast, that we stand before the throne of God cleansed and justified. Only Jesus can bring us to this place. It is as to our walk in Christ that we must understand that it is not "Jesus only". Our walk is indeed ours. We choose to submit to the Living God each circumstance or we choose to take control of it. Learning to reckon ourselves as dead so that we may become alive in Christ is the requirement of each believer. This requires courage, dedication, practice, patience, trust and faith. It is no less than this that God wants. No less will be accepted.
There can be No Compromise.

It is to this end that we maintain this Web site.

Our objective is fourfold :

Please bear with us as we continue to make this page fully functional. We certainly have a humble beginning.

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