“I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth.” Though he himself was a Son of Thunder, we learn tonight from one who has grown to be the Apostle of Love. Practical lessons are revealed as John calls three specific people by name. Read through 3 John with us, and be challenged to disciple others in Truth, be aware of those who reject the Truth, and be encouraged by those who walk in the Truth.
In Matthew 11:25, Jesus tells us to come to Him when we’re feeling weary and burdened. This morning, Pastor Tad discusses this as it relates to ministry.
Today, we look at 1 Timothy 4:12, where we see Paul encourage the youth of Timothy’s church. Pastor Brett talks about the importance of both the youth and the elderly in the church.
Last week we studied the role of the elder in the church. In the latter half of 1 Timothy 3, Paul discusses the role of a deacon. Pastor Brett shares how Paul’s words to Timothy are utilized at Athey Creek.
There are many interpretations of what the word “godliness” means. In 1 Timothy 2, Paul talks about what it means to be godly as a Christian. Today, Pastor Brett talks about godliness and how we can be godly in this day and age.
As we continue our study through Paul’s letter to Timothy, we see Paul talk to Timothy addressing the issues Timothy was having with his church. We find these same issues still apply today. Pastor Brett discusses how we can relate this section of scripture to our daily lives.
Tonight, we look at 1 Thessalonians 2, where we see Paul explain his ministry to the church. Pastor Brett discusses the manner, message, motive and method of Paul’s ministry, and how this applies to how we spread the gospel today.
This morning, we continue our study of Paul’s letter to the Colossian church. Pastor Brett talks about God’s astounding glory and the true meaning of glory.
Tad shares the story of David and his desire to build a temple for the Lord. David was not able to follow through on what seemed like a pure, selfless desire to serve the Lord. How do we react in similar circumstances? What do we do when the Lord says no to us? There is a great lesson for us all in David’s amazing response.
Tonight, as we wrap up Paul’s letter to the church at Philippi, we see Paul’s writing about contentment. Paul describes how contentment is learned and how it is liberating.
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