In John 20:19-23, we find a room filled with fear and grief until Jesus Himself becomes the peace and sending voice for His Apostles. The reality of the Resurrection impacts how we see Jesus and the life He has called us to live.
Join us for our guest speaker Joe Dallas as he teaches us on how to speak truth to the pro-gay theology movement. We will address questions like: What does the Bible really say about homosexuality? Did Jesus ever say anything about homosexuality? Are the revisionist theologians interpreting Scripture to fit their worldview? How can the church respond?
From the beginning, God designed us to be in relationship with one another. We have a tendency though, to get busy and forget to make room for others in any significant way. Today, we will look at some reminders of the obligation we have to be hospitable. That is, opening our lives and homes to others. By looking at the story of Elisha and the Shunammite woman I believe we will discover some helpful takeaways on how to develop this characteristic of the Christian life that is at risk of being lost in today's world.
Join us for a special testimony from Jack Curtis titled "God is Love - The Legacy of Henry Lemert." It is a powerful story of broken families, sin, and how Christ redeemed and worked through Jack's life.
He calls each of us first and foremost to Himself - to follow in in full love and devotion. In Luke chapter 5:1-11, Jesus invites Simon and his partners to first aid in a pressing Kingdom need and then directs them into the deep to discover the power, grace and call of Christ.
Why do we forgive? As Christians, the power to forgive doesn't flow from our feelings or whether we think the person requesting forgiveness has earned it or deserves it. In the parable of the wicked servant, Jesus reveals the Father's perspective and expectations concerning the role of forgiveness in the heavenly kingdom.