Letting someone know that they've hurt us is difficult. Pastor Scott gives us some things to keep in mind when we confront a sin.
If only we were all perfect, and not annoying...because then there would be nothing to forgive or bear with! But that's just not the case - so we need skills in these two areas. Pastor Scott equips us with some help in this sermon!
If you ever wonder what it looks like to be a good servant of the Lord - look at Jesus, Himself. Learn from the best. Join us at our July 26th Outdoor Service.
What? I can't do whatever I want? I have to look out for others, to not cause them to stumble? That sounds like a lot of work! Pastor Scott teaches us about what the stronger/weaker brother situation looks like, and whose job it is to hold back. It may not be what you've always thought!
...but we do that, don't we? Don't we always tell the truth? Speaking the truth may not exactly be what you've thought, for all of these years. Pastor Eric brings a sermon about this topic this week.
Is there a certain "welcome mat" we should be putting out for each other? What does it mean to 'welcome one another'? Pastor Scott shares what this great encouragement is all about.
We have a tendency to drift off, spiritually, and not be aware of the damage that is being done around us. We need to wake up, encourage one another, and build each other up!
Our mouth is an instrument that can be used to build up, or tear down. Pastor Scott shares with us the war that we have going on with ourselves, others, and God--and what we can do about it.
...But what if I'd rather be served, than to serve others? Am I off the hook? Do I have freedom to just serve my own interests? Pastor Scott teaches us about the example of Christ, and what our response should be.
Pastor Scott has started a new series called "One Another" - He will be sharing some encouragement from God's Word each week about how we should be relating to one another. This week's sermon is about loving one another -which is a great way to show the world that we love God!