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As we get back into our study of 1 Corinthians, we look at the problems addressed in the first four chapters, and then look at the issues we’re going to learn about over the next three chapters.
We come to the final two chapters of the Greatest Story, one being written right now, and the coming final chapter. Where do we fit in all of this? And how does it all end?
After the many years of waiting, the promised King had finally arrived! But why was it that many people overlooked the arrival of King Jesus? Could it have been because they forgot their enemy?
Christmas is part of the greatest story ever told. But it’s actually the middle of the story. When you see what comes before and what comes after, the middle of the story becomes much more exciting!
On this Sunday we remind ourselves of the core values of our church family and look ahead to how we can grow in our love for God and one another. ** This recording was cut short due to technical difficulties. Our apologies.
God gives us many gifts! The reason God gives these gifts to us is to draw us to Himself. So how do we respond to these gifts in a way that does that?
In the relationship between a father and his child, in what way does discipline display love? Let’s look at how God disciplines us to discover the focus of love that discipline displays.
What is the difference between a son who follows his father well, and a son who follows his father poorly? In our passage, we see a clear example of both.
What happens when you see things from a distorted perspective? How does our perspective affect our Christian life? In today’s passage, Paul helps us to get a balanced perspective in several areas of our lives.
How do you properly evaluate your pastor? Is it ok to evaluate him? Is it something that we SHOULD do? If we do evaluate the pastor, what is the basis for which we evaluate him?