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Doug Schorle 08-25-2019 // 1 Corinthians 12:1-11 - Taking the Church Out of the Playground

Watch a group of boys on the playground organizing a football game and you will notice that often times, they all want to be the quarterback. The quarterback is seen as the star of the team; the most essential player on the team without whom the team would fall apart. A similar situation was occurring in the church in Corinth. Certain members of that church focused upon one or two gifts which were esteemed as more spiritual. To possess these spiritual gifts meant you had a closer, more...


Mike Eells 08-18-2019 // 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 - What Love is Not

The Corinthian church was a church marked by envy and pride. But in the "dirt" of this church, Paul plants the flower of Love; a flower containing 15 petals, each describing an aspect, or description, of love. In today's lesson, Paul describes love in the negative, in other words, describing love by what love is not. It is as if Paul is saying to the Corinthian church, "You are envious of one another, but that is not love. You are arrogant, boastful and selfish, but that is not love." In...


Mike Eells 08-11-2019 // 1 Corinthians 13 - Characteristics of Love; Patience

1 Corinthians 13 is perhaps one of the most well known chapters in the Bible. Aptly referred to as the, "Love Chapter," it is often highlighted in weddings, urging the couple to be patient, kind, putting the needs of the other above the interests of self. But is there more to this chapter; a greater motivation and example than mere human love? Some have outlined the chapter in this way: In this lesson, we begin to explore the perfections of love; what love looks like. Of the 15...


Eric McLaren 08-04-2019 // Hebrews 1:1-2 - The Bible; God's Word?

The French existential philosopher, Jean-Paul Sartre, noted that it is impossible for finite man to penetrate the infinite; it is impossible for finite man to understand an infinite God. While this is true, Sartre did not go far enough for he missed that the infinite God can reveal Himself to finite man. This lesson explores the ways in which God has revealed Himself to man, specifically through the Bible. As we consider the Bible, two questions need to be answered:


Mike Eells 07-14-2019 // Psalm 73 - The Remedy for Spiritual Myopia

Myopia; We all have it in some sense. Some suffer from this condition physically, and we all suffer from it spiritually. Myopia is simply the medical term for nearsightedness or shortsightedness. The dictionary defines myopia as a visual defect in which distant objects appear blurred. It can also mean a lack of discernment on long-range perspective. In today's lesson in Psalm 73, Asaph invites us into his journey through spiritual myopia. Asaph was the chief Levite appointed by David to be...


Mike Eells 06-30-2019 // Revelation 4 - The Throne Room of God

The book of Revelation was written at a time when the first century church faced intense persecution from the Roman Empire. The Church's worship of Jesus Christ stood in stark contrast, and in opposition to, the State worship of Caesar. I such a setting what hope did the church have. The same question can be asked of the church today. As persecution of the church increases, whether social or political in nature, what comfort is given to the church? In Revelation 4, the Apostle John, from...