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The second installment in Pastor Kevin’s message series, The Five Love Languages, focuses upon the God-given language of Quality Time. To best apply these messages to your relationships, spend a little time learning the love languages of your family and friends and then make the adjustments necessary to value them as highly as possible. Let’s examine 1 Corinthians 13 to see two ways love behaves before we turn our attention to the love language of Quality Time.
Today Pastor Kevin kicks off a new message series based on Gary Chapman’s book “The Five Love Languages.” Understanding the love language of the people in your life can significantly impact your relationships. In 1 Corinthians 13:4, we see two powerful dimensions of love that show us how to interact as Christ would have us to. Let’s dive in and see how they set the stage for the first love language, Words of Affirmation.
Today we conclude the message series, “Winning at Bethany!” At home plate, we become committed to a life of generosity. This is the natural outpouring of a spiritually mature Christian. In Luke 10, Jesus encounters a lawyer who asks, “Who is my neighbor?” Jesus shares the story of three travelers that shows us how to express generosity even in uncomfortable situations.
In the third installment of Pastor Kevin’s message series, “Winning at Bethany!” we explore the importance and benefits of spiritual exercise. Let’s look at 1 Timothy 4:6-10 to discover the practical steps we can take to grow in spiritual maturity and become the person God wants us to be.
Today we continue our home run series entitled “Winning at Bethany!” At second base we consider the next step on our path to a more profound Christian walk, commitment to weekly church attendance. Pastor Kevin draws from Hebrews 10 to reveal five things that show us how we can greatly benefit from attending a worship service every week.
Today we begin a message series called "Winning at Bethany!” Over the next few weeks, we will take a trip around the baseball diamond to see how our faith develops at each of the four bases - that is, how we can grow spiritually mature in our walk with Christ. Today’s scripture comes out of Romans 1 and helps us understand the significance of first base, having a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. In the passage, Paul answers three questions about the gospel that show us how anyone can receive forgiveness of sins through faith in Christ.
As we embark on a brand new year, we may find ourselves pausing to consider what we want our lives to look like in 2017. In Ecclesiastes, King Solomon argues that this life never holds anything new and that everything is ultimately meaningless. Pastor Scott highlights three areas of life in which the author questioned his purpose as well as the key to real meaning in our lives today.
What does Christmas have to do with courage? In the biblical accounts of Jesus’ birth, we find two people who demonstrated great courage to embrace the surprising things that God had planned for them. Pastor Kevin draws from Luke 1 and Matthew 1 to show us how, through Christ, we can demonstrate Christmas courage for everything that we might face. The message opens with special music provided by pianist Lorraine Gundrum and vocalist Katrina Wachter.
On this second week of advent, our focus word is determination. Just like Mary and Joseph in the first Christmas story, we can experience stress and unexpected interruptions that can undermine our desire to pursue the true meaning of Christmas. Pastor Kevin explores the Christmas story in the books of Luke and Matthew to reveal three things that show us how to be determined when we seek Jesus this Christmas season.
Today marks the first Sunday of Advent in the 2016 Christmas season. Matthew begins his book with the genealogy of Jesus Christ, pointing to how He is the true King of the Jews. The long list of generations also documents the scope of God’s awesome grace as extended through Christ. Join Pastor Kevin as he observes three expressions of God’s Advent Grace that reveal how each of us matters to God!