Tonight, Pastor Brett finishes Paul’s last letter to Timothy, where we see several excellent pieces of advice applicable to our lives. Among them we learn to endure persecution, preach God’s Word and be diligent and faithful.
This morning we continue to look at 1 Timothy 2, where Paul discusses women’s roles in the church. We pay particular attention to verse 15, where Paul says that women will be “saved in childbearing”, and we take a closer look at what this phrase means.
We take some time to see what Paul has to say about women’s roles in the church, carefully considering biblical context. Tonight, we focus on what Paul’s words to the women of the church mean and how they apply to the women of the church today.
Today, we take a closer look at Ephesians 5:21-24. Paul writes to the church about submission, specifically how wives should submit to their husbands.
As we continue to study Ephesians 5, Paul talks to the church at Ephesus about marriage. In our culture, more than half of all marriages fail. Tonight, we see that God has a plan for marriage. Brett delves further into the specifics of men’s and women’s roles in marriage.
In 1 Corinthians 14, Paul discusses three things with the church at Corinth: speaking in tongues, prophecy and women in the church. Tonight, we see what the Lord has to say about these things and how we can apply them today.
Tonight we study the first part of 1 Corinthians 11, where Paul discusses gender roles within the church. While some of the Corinthians were doing well and being submissive to what the Bible says, others were displaying immorality and promiscuity. The Bible clearly defines this behavior as sin. In this chapter, Paul tells the church in Corinth why.
Acts 16 is the beginning of Paul’s second missionary journey. In this study, we learn about the circuitous route they took to finally get started in Philippi and the foundation of that church that became so dear to Paul. Specifically, we look at two women: Lydia and the fortune-telling slave girl. The comparison and contrasts between these two can offer us great insights with regard to the church today.
In Mark 15, we see the different attitudes of the people around the cross of Jesus.
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