New Sermon Series
New Sermon Series

New Sermon Series in the book of 1 Corinthians begins January 28th!

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In the second half of 1 Corinthians 7, Paul speaks about Christian contentment, regardless of our lot. And vital to experiencing contentment in our lives is understanding the call of God towards us. Paul argues that true, holy, lasting contentment does not come by way of vocational change or change in social status. Rather, Christian contentment comes from understanding the call of God towards us. Our earthly status is inconsequential when it comes to living for Christ and being satisfied in him. Furthermore, Paul affirms Christian freedom as it relates to marriage and lends his advice on how presently engaged couples should proceed. Believers in Christ are free to marry or remain single, each circumstance has its own spiritual advantages. But whoever marries must marry a fellow believer in the Lord.

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Hospitality: Sharing the Gospel and Our Lives

Posted by Luke Emerson on

  Dorothy was right: there really is no place like home. Home is the place we long to retreat to after facing all the daily demands of adulthood; a place of refuge where we can finally rest, relax, and be restored. Having our homes be a place of refuge for ourselves and our families is an...

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Spiritual Gifts: Understanding God's Thoughtful and Special Assignments

Posted by Jonathan Gilroy on

  What are your spiritual gifts and how are you putting them to use? Two assumptions underlie this question. One, that you know what your spiritual gifts are, and two, that you are actively using them. The inability to answer either begs further reflection. What are your spiritual gifts?...

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Less Than a Neighbor, Less Than Human

Posted by Matthew Savage on

  “And who is my neighbor?” This question was asked of Jesus by a lawyer as recorded in Luke chapter 10. It sounds like a simple question, but in reality, we find that it reveals a deceived heart and skewed view of human dignity. It is this same question that fuels the...

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