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Sermon 6 in the "R.E.A.C.H"" series titled "Carpe Diem"
To what do you pledge allegiance? There are many things in our culture that fight for our attention and try to tell us what is acceptable: money, power, brand names like Nike and Ford, even our peers, but all of them leave us unsatisfied and lead to a so many regrets. So how do we get wisdom on where to place our focus so that we don’t end up in a wasteland with loads of baggage? Listen and find out!
Sermon by Pastor Tim Banks at Our Saviours
Sermon at Our Saviour's by pastor Tim Banks
Today Pastor Kevin begins a new message series, “Noah Found Grace in the Eyes of the Lord.” Noah’s world was a tough one to live in, and it was a challenging time to raise a family. In Genesis 6, Noah discovered new provisions from God’s grace that he had never previously needed. In verses 5-14. we see three realities from the life and times of Noah that show us how to excel as Christians in an increasingly non-Christian world.
Citizenship/Nationalism How do you determine the perspective of your life and choices? What is the foundation for the solutions to life and society?
There have been increasing tensions and division in society and the issues of race and politics lately. In this sermon we see how our identity as the community of God equips us to live in a way that is faithful to our corporate identity and also to live in a way that transcends typical racial and political categories.
If the Gospel is making an impact, there will be opposition. How will we respond?
It is so easy to get discouraged looking around at our culture. Things seem so far from the way of Jesus. We can even get caught up in it ourselves. Paul says we must claim our true citizenship; we must live as citizens of the kingdom of heaven — here and now.
The term 'Post-Christian culture' has been widely used by theologians and missiologists over the past five to ten years. What does this term mean and how can we faithfully engage our culture? This message covers eight lessons on engaging culture that we learn from the Apostle Paul.