Living for Jesus should affect every part of our lives, as we will explore the next few weeks. Our first topic: How should Christianity affect me in my job?
Intergenerational relationships have always been a struggle, and sometimes they are in churches as well. But what does 1 John say about how to reach all generations with the gospel?
Our audio messed up this week! But if you would like to watch the video, the worship service video can be found on this link: http://www.sundaystreams.com/go/GreatoaksCoC. On that web page, Just click on “Sun Aug 9 9:58:26” on the right.
We think of doing things we “should” do as doing them without feeling. But “should” is a powerful concept when it’s applied in God’s direction. In fact, our faith will never become what our heart wants it to become without learning the power of “should”…
Among all the world’s religious options, why are we Christians? Christianity has always been an evidence-based message – there’s reason to believe!
Nehemiah was known to use a phrase that brings up some interesting questions. How might God “lay something on my heart,” and how could I know it was Him?
We are ending our summer of questions by exploring why we believe what we do, amidst a spectrum of religious (and anti-religious) options. This morning: why do we think it’s reasonable to believe in God?
Tonight our summer youth intern, Braxtin Thomas, shares some great thoughts about fellowship. After a week of reaching out, what do we hope people will see when they meet our Great Oaks family?
After a week of outreach with our 12 Questions Memphis campaign, it felt like a Luke 10 Sunday for our church family. So let’s study Luke 10:17-24, and see what all the rejoicing is about…
This morning we consider one of the most commonly asked question-types in the Bible: where is God when we are hurting. Let’s ask those who have gone before us what they found out about God in times when He seems silent…