Peter writes to exhort the elders in feeding the flock. Learn a brief outline of church leadership as we study the roles of elders, bishops and pastors. Recognize what Biblical leadership looks like and how it applies to our walk with Jesus. Here we are called to submit to our elders and be subject one to another, humble. Consider what it means to be a feeder of the flock and the non-fading reward therein. It is in grace we stand, God’s riches at Christ’s expense.
This morning, Pastor Brett takes a closer look at the second half of 2 Timothy 2. Learn about the Christian walk as unto the Lord. Consider the farmer, the prisoner, the worker, the vessel and the servant as we continue our study through the Bible.
In 1 Corinthians 4, Paul continues his letter to the church at Corinth. Tonight we read Paul’s description of how a good minister, or servant, should behave.
Tonight we take some time to examine what the Word teaches about the growth process in the life of a believer - going from milk to meat and carnality to maturity.
In 1 Corinthians 4:1-2, Paul writes to the Corinthians about faithfulness and being stewards of the mysteries of God. This morning Brett elaborates on this, giving us the definition of faithfulness and being a good servant.
As we begin our through-the-Bible study of Romans, tonight’s focus is on Paul’s greeting. While this is an easy portion to overlook, there are some key truths for us to examine in the way Paul opens this powerful book.
Tonight, we study four people who are going through hard times.
The book of Mark begins by speaking of Jesus as a servant.
In tonight’s study we see David as a faithful servant, son and warrior.
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