It is easy to get swept up in the culture's definitions of what is important. Let the Word be our guide for life, and let our identity be found in God our Savior!
What's a Christian to do? Every issue seems to be a political one these days. How does a person keep peace when their identifying party says to fight? Pastor Scott helped us see things differently this week!
We need to recognize the resources that we have in Christ--take stock of what we have at our fingertips, if we just avail ourselves to them!
As Christians, we often focus too much on what we want, and not enough on what we have. We have so many spiritual blessings - this message highlights a few of them.
The first few verses of Ephesians 1 are rich in theology! We are introduced to the author and recipients of the Book, and a host of rich truths!
Our passion for things and people wanes as time goes by, sometimes. Even for the Lord, our passion wanes. Pastor Scott shares how we can fight against this tendency, and be sure that the lamp of our church keeps burning!
Titus 2 exhorts the older generation to teach the younger generation - but what constitutes being older? Pastor Scott shares with us the qualities and the responsibilities of the older and younger generations.
In order for true biblical community to happen, we need to intentionally be vulnerable. This isn't a popular concept in our culture! Pastor Scott shares with us the value of it, and a strategy for how to actually make it happen.
Can I just use the one-another principles to help me a better person at my job? Pastor Scott shares with us what God had in mind for the context in which we work out our faith by following the one another commands.
When I'm sick, does that mean that I've been sinning? If I pray enough, will it make my sickness go away? Answers to these and other questions will be shared in this sermon by Pastor Eric.