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Today Pastor Dwight continues the message series, The People of the Passion, as we turn our attention to Peter. Luke 22 records the account of Peter’s greatest failure, but thankfully his story does not end there! Like him, all Christians are a work in progress. Let’s join Pastor Dwight to see how Peter’s dark moment and his response to it have powerful applications for our own lives.
The third installment of Pastor Kevin’s message series, The People of the Passion, today’s message centers in Luke 23:34 as we consider Jesus Christ Himself. One of the highlight moments of the Easter story occurred when Jesus offered up forgiveness to those who had just put Him on the cross. It seemed unimaginable, yet Jesus wasn’t about doing things the conventional way. Let’s look at Jesus’ practical teaching on forgiveness, His uncommon example of it, and the way His plan was effectively furthered because He chose the path of forgiveness.
When life throws us a curve ball, we have the opportunity to make a choice about how we will react to the situation. Will we shut down or choose to follow God and rise above? As Pastor Kevin continues his message series, The People of the Passion, he examines the life of Mary Magdalene throughout the gospels. Let’s look at three insights from her life of uncommon faithfulness that reveal how to stick with Jesus Christ when doing so seems unreasonable.
The season of Lent is in full swing, and many people choose to give up something as a spiritual witness of their devotion to Christ. Sometimes the stakes get higher when we declare our stand for Christ. As we move toward Easter, we will consider some of the People of the Passion to understand the true depth of their commitment. Commitment is usually not pretty, and often it takes us to unusual limits. Today we walk with Simon, Joseph, and Nicodemus as they express their unusual devotion to Christ.
The final installment of the Five Love Language series, today’s message focuses upon the topic of Physical Touch. We can use this language to positively impact so many of our relationships, especially with those people who have this love language embedded into their very fiber. Join Pastor Kevin in considering two powerful truths about love found in 1 Corinthians 13 before exploring the practical implications of the love language, Physical Touch.
Today we continue the current message series, The Five Love Languages. Many people in the Bible displayed Acts of Service, but perhaps the greatest example of this occurred when Jesus washed His disciples’ feet. Let’s turn our attention to two important concepts from 1 Corinthians 13 regarding moral and relational behavior and then look at six key thoughts about the Love Language called Acts of Service.
Thanks for joining Pastor Kevin for the third message in his series, The Five Love Languages. Today we once again look to 1 Corinthians 13 to discover two truths about love, and then we will consider the love language of Receiving Gifts. Those people in your life who have this language did not ask for it, just as you do not choose the language that fills your love bank. Pastor Kevin poses three questions to help us understand this language and how to best implement it in the lives of those who need it.
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.