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A special Sunday morning service featuring the children of missionary parents. Listen as the "MK's" describe growing up on the mission field.
This past weekend Christians all over the world gathered to celebrate what happened to a man named Jesus of Nazareth nearly 2000 years ago. But why? Why does it matter that the Bible claims that he rose from the dead? Listen as pastor Lance Parrott challenges us to see that Jesus' resurrection changes our lives, our stories, and our worship. Listen as he calls us to see why these words change everything: "He has risen."
SALVATION AND FAITH ● God’s Righteousness in Christ: God has done the work of salvation for us, we cannot do it ourselves (vs1-10) ● The Righteousness based on Faith: To be saved, we must confess Jesus as Lord & believe God raised Him from the dead (vs4-10) ● God’s Salvation offered to All: Everyone who believes in Christ and calls on His name will be saved (vs4, 9-13) FAITH AND THE GOSPEL ● Faith comes through hearing the Gospel: which must be preached and obeyed! (vs14-17) ● God’s Gospel is being preached: because of His faithfulness, mercy and grace (vs18-21)
Jesus appointed his disciples to train others and build the church so that the world could be saved. This is when it gets real for most of us: are we ready to go do the work of the church, to teach others what the Bible means? Or are we too comfortable staying in practice mode?
Pastor Ron asks us to consider the question, How Do You Light Up The Darkness?
Paul writes this last will and testament to young Timothy with strong admonitions to not be ashamed, but be strengthened by the grace of Christ as you entrust the truth of God's divine revelation to faithful men who as spiritual leaders in the home and the church will pass it on to next generation. Beginning in chapter 2 Paul uses a number of metaphors to explain: teacher; soldier; athlete; and today in verse 6 he uses farmer. What does a hard working farmer do? He needs 4 things to succeed: seed, soil, water, and time.
Many people ignore the resurrection of Jesus as irrelevant or little more than a cool or interesting story. Even as Christians, if often takes a back seat to the Cross when we share the gospel. However, in 1 Corinthians 15, Paul makes known that the resurrection of Jesus is at the very center of the gospel. In vv. 1-11, Paul explains that the gospel is all about the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. He demonstrates by his own example that the resurrection power of the gospel transforms lives. So, stand in the resurrection power of the gospel. Accept it! Proclaim it! Live it!