Sunday evening sermon by Chase Surrell. The Pharisees were a religious group that Jesus often interacted with. When examining Scripture we learn that Jesus challenged his followers to rise above their example. Jesus wanted his followers to have a different righteousness, to give, pray, and fast with pure motives, and to have a different view of the lost. Let’s learn from the Pharisees and not fall into the same trap of having a self-seeking and self-righteous attitude.
Sunday morning sermon by Gary Reaves. The Bible says that some will come to glorify God by observing our faithfulness. But how does that happen? What makes our living in line with the gospel persuasive to nonbelievers?
Sunday evening sermon by Tim Alsup. May is a month that reminds us how life keeps moving along. Tonight we discuss one of the challenges of getting older: how can we stay teachable in our faith?
Sunday AM sermon by Aarek Farmer. Today is our annual Graduate Sunday! As we encourage our graduates and think about new stages of life, let’s remind ourselves of the important question Jesus asked His disciples 2000 years ago… The outline handed out with this lesson:
Sunday evening sermon by Tim Alsup. Tonight we complete a series on our shared fellowship in Christ! When we get it right, what does Christian fellowship contribute to our faith?
Sunday morning sermon by Tim Alsup. Happy Mother’s Day! As we celebrate the moms that have shaped our lives, let’s reflect on a Christ-like quality that we can learn from them…
Sunday evening sermon by Tim Alsup. We are studying the biblical theme of fellowship on Sunday nights! Tonight we consider different types of people who the Bible describes as outside of Christ, people who need our encouragement to come back to God…
The final lesson of our Marriage Seminar weekend with Lonnie Jones. This lesson is entitled “Building Blocks for Relationships.”
Sunday morning auditorium Bible class with Lonnie Jones, as part of our Marriage Seminar weekend. The topic for this lesson: “Attunement.”
Sunday evening sermon by Tim Alsup. Tonight we continue our study on the biblical theme of fellowship. What are some different types of people found among those who are in Christ? And with so many different types of people, what can we do to maintain the “fellowship of the Spirit?”