Tonight, we continue our through-the-Bible study and take a closer look at Hebrews 2. The author of Hebrews reminds us to heed the Word of God, and emphasizes the incredible gift of salvation that Christ gave us.
Tonight, we dig deeper into Titus 1 as we learn some background information about Titus, and Paul’s relationship with Titus. Paul writes about church organization and the importance of simplicity.
Today, we begin Paul’s letter to Titus. Though many of us have been taught God can do anything, we learn with gratitude the things God cannot do.
Tonight, we take a closer look at the latter half of Philippians 2. Pastor Brett discusses the importance of being obedient to the Lord. Just because we are saved by grace, does not mean we should stop being obedient to God.
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 take a closer look at the first chapter of Ephesians. Paul spends the last half of the chapter praising and thanking the saints of the church at Ephesus. Pastor Brett talks about how many Americans today are discontent with their quality of life. However, as Christians, we don’t have to be discontent! God knows what we are dealing with, and He will see us through.
In Galatians 5, Paul continues to speak to the church at Galatia about legalism and grace. Paul specifically talks about circumcision - a controversial topic of his day.
“In essentials, there must be unity, in non essentials, there must be liberty, and in all things, there must be charity”. In Romans 15:5-7, Paul explains this concept further. This morning, Pastor Brett unpacks and discusses in-depth the essential doctrines of the Christian faith. This important teaching is foundational to our understanding, growth, and fruit in the Christian life.
Romans 9, 10 and 11 delve further into the answer to the question: What must one do to be saved? In Romans 10, we see that Paul talks about the reasons why people reject salvation, the reality of their rejection and the results of their rejection.
With so many people believing the lie, “All paths lead to heaven,” what really sets Christianity apart? Is it really all that different? This morning, as we mull over Romans 1:16-17, we take a look at what makes Christianity distinct from other religions in the world.
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