Unity: How Good and Pleasant It Is / Unidad: Cuan Bueno y Delicioso Es Esto – Dick Deising translated by Carlos Barrientos This morning, we look at letters in the word UNITY (understanding, nuturing, interaction, truth, yielding), and these elements that allow us to declare to the world that Chist’s church is indeed unified. Fellowship in Forgiveness /…
Our fifth Sunday singing night centered on the themes of 1 Peter 1:1-12. What does this passage teach us about life perspective?
We’ve been preparing for a “Summer of Mission” by reminding ourselves of the mission that Jesus handed to His church. Now, can we each make it our own personal life mission? How did Jesus teach His followers to make God’s mission their own?
This short letter from the apostle John to Gaius gives us a window into the first century world, and reminds us of several basic Christian principles. What can we learn from these 15 verses?
As Jesus went about teaching, He also went about helping others. What can we learn about our Christian mission by watching Jesus do good for other people?
In this short New Testament letter from the apostle John, some big issues come up, including: truth, antichrist, and false teachings. What does John say about them?
Sometimes God’s people don’t pursue their mission correctly because they see the world through the wrong lens. What does Jesus tell His church about their mission and their view of the world?
Our New Testament has a short letter Paul wrote from prison to his friend Philemon, about something amazing that had happened in the life of Onesimus. What big issues come up from reading his letter? To see the outline handed out with this lesson, click here:
Happy Mother’s Day! Before Mom throws her flowers away in a couple weeks, what does the Bible tell us we can learn from looking at the beauty of flowers? To view the outline that was handed out with this lesson, click here:
The month of May – with the end of another school year, graduations, and weddings – feels like a time when the reality of change sinks in more than usual. As people of faith, what should our perspective be on the reality of change?