1 John 2:1-14 What sets us free from sin is being relationally close with Jesus.
Clifton Barth’s story of redemption
1 John 1:4 – 2:2I mess up sometimes and so do you. What happens next? Let’s figure out what John has to teach us about this.
Charlie starts our new sermon series through the book of 1 John – How is God’s truth as revealed in the Word to interact with the paradigm of the culture? Can we mix and match truths from the word and truths from the culture? God’s paradigm replaces the culture’s paradigm, and we must be diligent to not corrupt it in order to please the culture around us.
Charlie takes us through Zephaniah 3 this week. What is God’s goal in judging? To bring about harmony and peace with his people.
This is not a drill. Let’s take the warning signs seriously and work to stave off the hum drum attitude that creeps in when we end up waiting longer than expected. Zephaniah has some attitudes to cultivate for everyone. Let’s go through them together on Sunday.
Join us as Charlie starts our sermon series on Zephaniah.
After discussing “What Good is the Bible” and “What Good is the Church” it seems like we should talk about church leadership for a week. Plus we’ve got an exciting announcement about future plans at Living Hope.
We look at what Jesus describes as life worth living — building and being built by the church!