Jun 24, 2018
Decently and In Order (1 Cor 14)
A local church is a unit and each person is a significant part of the whole. A local church is to operate from a heart motivation of godlike love. Therefore, it stands to reason that when a church gathers, that there is a clear sense of that love and unity throughout the time of meeting. When people who claim to know Jesus, have gatherings that are characterized by chaos and strife, then the love and unity Jesus called for is destroyed and outsiders will be chased away.
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  • Jun 24, 2018Decently and In Order (1 Cor 14)
    Jun 24, 2018
    Decently and In Order (1 Cor 14)
    A local church is a unit and each person is a significant part of the whole. A local church is to operate from a heart motivation of godlike love. Therefore, it stands to reason that when a church gathers, that there is a clear sense of that love and unity throughout the time of meeting. When people who claim to know Jesus, have gatherings that are characterized by chaos and strife, then the love and unity Jesus called for is destroyed and outsiders will be chased away.
  • Jul 9, 2017The Wounds of Mercy and Grace (Gen. 29-32)
    Jul 9, 2017
    The Wounds of Mercy and Grace (Gen. 29-32)
    At over 70 years old Jacob still hasn’t fully figured out what it means to fully follow God. In a series of life events that entail the deceiver being deceived and humiliated, Jacob begins to understand. In the end, the wounds of God’s mercy and grace through life events will begin to soften Jacob. But a face to face encounter with God leaves him walking with a limp and learning dependency.
  • Jul 2, 2017What About Esau? (Selections from Genesis and Hebrews 12:14-17)
    Jul 2, 2017
    What About Esau? (Selections from Genesis and Hebrews 12:14-17)
    While the Genesis story shifts its focus to Jacob, there is still the other brother. In our message today we will consider the person of Esau. What about this brother do we see that could reveal to us why God may not have chosen him? What can we learn from Esau?