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April 12, 2020

As we will continue to see in this week’s passage of 1 Corinthians, spiritual pride and boasting are signs of spiritual immaturity and a sure sign that we are not seeing things with the proper perspective that only the lens of the gospel can give.

“Safe at Home” Continues

In times of crisis, our reflexive desire is to do and say the right thing. We want to stop the pain, alleviate the confusion, and return things to normal ASAP! But, what about prayer? Why isn’t that our reflexive desire in a time of crisis?

April 5, 2020

As we will continue to see in this week’s passage of 1 Corinthians, spiritual pride and boasting are signs of spiritual immaturity and a sure sign that we are not seeing things with the proper perspective that only the lens of the gospel can give.

Day of Prayer: March 25, 2020

In times of crisis, our reflexive desire is to do and say the right thing. We want to stop the pain, alleviate the confusion, and return things to normal ASAP! But, what about prayer? Why isn’t that our reflexive desire in a time of crisis?

March 29, 2020

As we will continue to see in this week’s passage of 1 Corinthians, spiritual pride and boasting are signs of spiritual immaturity and a sure sign that we are not seeing things with the proper perspective that only the lens of the gospel can give.

March 22, 2020

As we will continue to see in this week’s passage of 1 Corinthians, spiritual pride and boasting are signs of spiritual immaturity and a sure sign that we are not seeing things with the proper perspective that only the lens of the gospel can give.

March 15, 2020

As we will continue to see in this week’s passage of 1 Corinthians, spiritual pride and boasting are signs of spiritual immaturity and a sure sign that we are not seeing things with the proper perspective that only the lens of the gospel can give.

March 8, 2020

As we will continue to see in this week’s passage of 1 Corinthians, spiritual pride and boasting are signs of spiritual immaturity and a sure sign that we are not seeing things with the proper perspective that only the lens of the gospel can give.