Jesus reproved the pharisees for wanting to remove the speck in other people’s eyes while ignoring the logs they carried in their own eyes. Although it may appear that Jesus was simply telling them not to judge, he was actually pointing out that their lack of self-awareness prevented them from being truly helpful.
What if it was possible for us to live in such a way that our value was not tied to our successes or our failures?
God created us to stir up fruits and gifts in each other; that church may not only be a place to belong, but a place where we play a role.
Series: Failing Forward | Part: Three
The army of Israel was paralyzed in the face of Goliath because they only listened to their inner soundtrack of fear. It took a young boy named David to flip the soundtrack from fear to faith in a bigger God.
Series: Just One Thing | Part: One
God’s grace is made tangible through his people. This is why we were made to live in circles, created to live face to face with others.
Series: Chained To Joy – Part: Eight
We’re all searching for a contentment that doesn’t fade over time or change with circumstances. The apostle Paul claims to know the “secret” of how to tap into it. What can we learn from him as we close out our teaching series in the letter to the Philippians?
Series: Chained To Joy – Part: Six
We all are trying to build a life that matters. And nothing will have a greater impact on the joyfulness and lasting significance of your life than the foundation it is built upon. What are you building your life on?
An Excerpt from Dr. John Piper’s sermon “Boasting Only In The Cross” from the event – Passion One Day 2000 was used at the beginning of this sermon. [Excerpt used from 2:10 – 4:58]
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Series: Chained To Joy – Part: One
Pastor Reece introduces our new sermon series titled “Chained To Joy.” In this message we learn of Paul’s reason to have Joy while imprisoned. We learn that the only way to be free is to be chained to Christ.
While Scripture commands us to have thanksgiving in our hearts we must remember that the gratefulness that God wants for us is less of a momentary action and more of a permanent attitude.
Multiple Choice (Part Two)