In 1 Corinthians 12, Paul describes the Church as one body with many members. Each part of the body has a specific role and is critical to ensure the full function of the body. Likewise, each member of the Church have a specific role to maintain a healthy and fruitful Church.
We are taking a break from our Matthew study and starting a new summer series on The Church. The Church is the people of God, saved by the grace of God, living by the authority of God, by the power of God, for the purpose to display the glory of God. In this sermon, we go over 16 common misconceptions about the church.
If we traced our ancestry back to the beginning, we’ll find that we are all decendants of Adam. As Christians, we become born again into God’s family. This week, we explore Matthew 12:46-50 and the importance of being in God’s family.
The scribes and Pharisees saw Jesus perform miracles time and time again, yet they still demanded Jesus to show them another sign. The scribes and Pharisees saw and did not believe. Jesus, who is greater than both Jonah and Solomon is here. How will you respond?
We continue our series in Matthew, this week diving into chapter 12:1-8. We look into an exchange between Jesus and the Pharisees, where at the end, Jesus declares that He is the the Lord of the Sabbath. We also have the great joy of celebrating 3 baptisms following the sermon.
After a six-week hiatus, we jump back into Matthew picking up where we left off. Join us as we dive into Matthew Chapter 11 as Jesus addresses a key question, “Are you the one who is to come, or shall we look for another?”