Taboo: Talking About the Things We Don't Talk About
Do you have questions over gender equality, identity and orientation? How does God's order of creation effect our understanding of gender roles and responsibilities? Which roles and responsibilities are a matter of culture and which are biblically non-cultural? // To find out more about Involve Church, please visit involvechurch.com or email email@example.com.
If I asked you what the most important letter you ever read, what would you say? proposal? Love letter? birth of a baby? draft letter? Sweepstakes letter? IRS? Letters can be good or bad. Maybe you get a job offer… We are going to study one of my favorite books in the Bible. Paul’s letter to the Romans.…
Building Blocks of a Growing Church
Pastor Mitch • Sermon • • 10 views
In pagan literature, godliness (Gk. eusebeia, eulabeia and related terms) meant showing proper caution, fear or reverence towards the gods. Such piety involved the offering of sacrifices and other cultic activities. It also meant honouring the gods by respecting elders, masters, rulers, and all the orders…
I). CHANGE OUR THINKING. a). Humility of Mind.b). Humble ourselves under others. c). Humble ourselves to put others interest above ours. II). CHRIST LIVED THAT WAY AND WAS REWARDED. a). Have this attitude in you like Christ did. Think Like Christ. b). He was Rewarded for His obedience. c). Blessing Lie on the Others side of Obedience. III). THE ENCOURAGEMENT IS TO OBEY. a). Obey is the encouragement but Obey what? b). Continue to Grow in teh are of: Humility, Emptying yourself of self, Serving others. a). Serve othere with Our Minds. b). Serve Others with Our Hearts. c). Serve Others with your Hands. IV). CONCLUSION: WHAT IS GOD TRYING TO TELL YOU THIS MORNING?
A Summer in Philippi
Do you fear change? Do you fear change that comes from letting go and giving control to someone else? Complete transformation isn't found in a pew, it's found in the faithful pursuit of Jesus. // To find out more about Involve Church, please visit involvechurch.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org