Sermons on 1 Corinthians
Christ died for our sin. He was buried. He was raised.He appeared. That’s it. That’s the Gospel—that’s the starting point. That’s not the point you get to after you get all your questions answered. That’s the simple message we are to take to the world.
It is important for the believer to be in community with other believers for support, accountability, and connection.
Today, we’re in Part 2 of a three-part series titled Talking Points: The Perfect Blend of Politics and Religion. As if there could be a perfect blend, right? This is a series designed to make all of us uncomfortable, and hopefully in the end to make all of us better. Because after all, the church should be the safest place to talk about anything including politics. Even though the church rarely talks about politics, I figured you’re already talking about…
Happy Easter everyone! Christ is Risen! Christ is Risen indeed! Today we’re beginning a new series called The Easter Challenge, a 30-day Journey to a Deeper Faith.
What Christ has said and done for us is not simply past events that are forever behind us, but instead are completed actions with an ongoing impact. That ongoing impact brings us such joy, security, and a love that we can keep experiencing over and over again.