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!
Understanding the joy (and pain) of family gatherings by recognizing communion is not an action we partake in, but rather something we become.
None of us likes to experience the consequences of sin. God doesn’t want us to either! Paul offers the Corinthians hope for an escape.
What motivates people to cross boarders and cultures to share the good news of Jesus?
How do we find the energy and focus we need to share Jesus with people who don’t know him? Paul says look to the games and find an olympic passion.
What does love require to honor god?
How should a follower of Jesus Christ think about same sex relationships? Through scripture we’ll see how to stand on truth and operate in grace.
We live in a hyper-sexualized culture. How is a Christian suppose to respond? How do we live in a way that honors God with our bodies? Parental discretion advised.
Conflict is inevitable, combat is optional. Keep from destroying the community of believers by following the Pathway to Reconciliation.
As God gives the Spirit to believers, there is an expectation of growth. One place Paul looks for evidence of that growth is our relationships with each other.