Proverbs 4 View this week’s sermon notes We love to consider our lives morally neutral for the most part – that God cares about whether we have our devotion or go to church or small group but not really about our hobbies or our dating or our jobs or our language or how we parent
Proverbs 2 View this week’s sermon notes View this week’s worship guide Today we are in Proverbs 2, and there are really only two main divisions of this proverb. There is the “if you will” section (vv. 1-4), and then the outcome or the “then you will” section (vv. 5-22). There is the admonition to
Proverbs 1 View this week’s sermon notes View this week’s worship guide We turn to Proverbs because it’s inspired Scripture that teaches us about the Gospel; it teaches us about Christ, who is “the wisdom of God.” Proverbs should call us not simply to know the right things, but to know the right person, Jesus
On June 1, we will launch a new sermon series on the book of Proverbs. Interestingly, this book is a favorite for many believers, but few pastors seem to teach a series through it. Part of the reason for this is understandable; there are numerous stand alone Proverbs, and as you read verse-by-verse, one Proverb
1 Peter 1:13-2:12 View this week’s sermon notes View this week’s worship guide
Philippians 4:10-23 View this week’s sermon notes View this week’s worship guide In this particular passage, we find a wonderful theology of giving and receiving, in which everyone, pastor and member alike, should consider closely. The Philippians are models of giving, and Paul is a model of receiving. We should pay close attention to them
Philippians 4:1-9 View this week’s sermon notes View this week’s worship guide I almost entitled this section “Stuff Christians Deal With” because Paul addresses several common problems Christians face. So, do you have at least one problem in your life? How about one problem in your church? If your can answer “yes,” to these questions,
How do you live a single life through the lens of Scripture? How do you counsel singles as a married couple? These are two of the many questions answered in this short discussion on singleness. We hope that this will spur on further discussion in the church.