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Why Love is the Greatest Thing About Christianity

The church at Corinth had many problems. Much of the first epistle addresses those problems and offers solutions. But in the context of correcting some issues about using spiritual gifts, Paul breaks out in 1 Cor. 13 with one of the greatest chapters in the Bible. Love is what makes Christianity different and Paul explains how it keeps us grounded, helps us live out who God is and how it will continue on, eternally.

By |2021-02-19T06:33:35-06:00February 14th, 2021|1 Corinthians, Sermons|

Hope in the Storm (pt 1)

The only constant in our world today is change! Not all change is bad, but at times it leads to uncertainty, doubt and hopelessness. Yet, this is not how God wants his people to live. If you are drifting the thing you need most is an anchor! That's what God offers - a hope that is a sure and steadfast anchor of the soul. In this lesson, we explore this hope in Heb. 6:17-20.

By |2021-02-04T06:35:58-06:00January 24th, 2021|Hebrews, Sermons|

Encounters with Angels – Joseph

Have you ever been a part of something that you felt was bigger than you? I can only imagine that is exactly how Joseph must have felt when an angel appeared to him in a dream and explained his life was about to change (Matt. 1:18-25). Ironically, the angel challenged him to be a part of a story that would change the world! In this story, Joseph serves as a great example of how God will challenge us too.

By |2020-12-24T14:43:03-06:00December 20th, 2020|Encounters with Angels, Matthew|

The Importance of the Gospel – Connecting God to the Gospel

Each year on Great Commission Sunday we consider the importance of the mission of the church. In this lesson, we look to Paul's letter to the Romans (1:1-7) to see not only how important the Gospel was to Paul but we also make the important connection that shows us how important the Gospel is to God and how that impacts us.

By |2020-11-01T20:30:10-06:00November 1st, 2020|Romans, Sermons|

We Must Trust His Word

If it can be proven that God has spoken his will, there are important implications. Today we start a short series of lessons exploring those implications. In this lesson, we consider important reasons we must trust God's word since we know God has spoken. Our text is 2 Tim. 3:16-17, one of the bedrock passages of Scripture about Scripture.

By |2020-10-22T11:54:24-05:00October 4th, 2020|2 Timothy, Since God has Spoken|
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