Sermons on 1 Corinthians
The pandemic has made gathering difficult over the last two years. An essential function of what it means to be a church is rooted in the gathering of community. We all need community to feel encouraged, to flourish and to thrive.
Love can sometimes manifest itself in gifts. But gifts aren’t sufficient to define love. It’s something bigger and more challenging, which is why you’ll need God to really love other people.
In this conclusion to our study on Exodus, the people of God come together with their resources to build a temple for his glory. And what they give is more than enough.
No one likes the scenic route when you want to be on the direct route. Yet that is exactly the way God led the Israelites. And the long way was a form of his grace to them. If you are on the long route, you’ll be encouraged by this message.
We don’t often think of it, but our physical and spiritual health are woven together. In fact, self-care is one way we worship God.
Special guest speaker Pastor Larry Gore joins us for a two part series on Discovering the Pathway to a Happy Marriage. Whether you are single, married, or planning on marriage in the future you can follow along and discover the purpose of a marriage.
What does it mean to wait on God? Do you find yourself anxious or patient in prayer? Sometimes we can feel we can tell God how to get us to our destinations, but when we are patient and God has spoken we can make the most difficult decisions with confidence knowing he is with us.
The word of God through the Holy Spirit is living, active, powerful, and fresh for today. If God places a word or phrase your heart- get ready because you are going to need it.
What do we see in David that is truly unique and teaches us about being “A person after God’s own heart?”
It is worthwhile to invest your life in building up the church because Jesus invested all of his.
They are some of the most profound and historic words on love ever written. 1 Corinthians 13 sets the standard high. But the context of Paul’s words weren’t about romantic relationships, but what happens in a church family.
If you’ve ever felt like others are more important in the church than you or you’ve struggled with your place, Paul has some encouraging words for you!