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Posts Tagged ‘Colossians’

Today Pastor Bonny will focus on a Word from God that is both difficult and liberating – namely, the calling to forgive. This might be a message you’d like to hear a second time, or perhaps pray over with a trusted friend.

Bible Verse: Colossians 3:12-14


This morning Pastor Brink continues our summer series, “Kingdom Come!” The promise of the Kingdom of God is “shalom” – “peace,” “a well-ordered world.” But the actual world we live in today is painfully distant from that dream. Why is it taking so long? Today we will learn some of God’s reasons, and we will learn some things about the work that God has yet to do before Jesus returns.

Bible Verse: Colossians 1:3-14

Today Pastor Brink resumes our series on Biblical Foundations. The design of this series is to teach some basic doctrines that will help us understand the Bible and the Christian walk at a deeper level. It also gives us an expanded vocabulary for understanding and sharing the gospel. Last week we examined The Sin Problem. Today we will consider The Salvation Solution.

Bible Reading: Colossians 1:9-14

Pastor Brink continues out “Body-Building 101” series, focusing today on another not-so-easy “One Another” commands. Our Text calls us to “Bear with each other and forgive whatever grievances we may against one another.”  We will learn the difference between those two commands, and some practical steps toward more Christ-like relationships in our church, our homes, & beyond.

Message: Colossians 3:12-17

Today Pastor Brink continues our “Body-Building 101” series,  We are studying The “One Another” Commands:  and this week’s is a more difficult  assignment – one a lot of us would rather avoid.  “Admonish one another.” Pastor Brink will explain what that means, why it’s important, and how to do this in a godly manner.

Message: Colossians 3:16 and Romans 15:14

Today Pastor Bonny will preach on a portion of the same passage that Pastor Brink opened for us last week.  Our focus today will be one of the main items of “clothing” that Paul calls Christians to put on: gratitude.  When we consider all that God has done for us, how can we ever thank Him enough?  Even in difficult times, we can be thankful that God never leaves us and never lets go.  What are you grateful for today?

Message: Colossians 3:15-17

Today Pastor Brink will preach on a text well-suited for the post-Easter season.  It explains a lot about our identity, seen in light of the death and resurrection of Christ.  It also challenges us to live like the people whom God has called us to be.  Although this is not really part of the Revelation 4 and 5 series, you will (hopefully) see how The Apostle John’s vision and The Apostles Paul’s challenge fit together remarkably well.

Message: Colossians 3:1-17

Today Pastor Brink continues our studies on The Cross of Christ.”  The cross is the centerpiece of the Bible, and in this season leading up to Good Friday & Easter we are, figuratively speaking, walking around the cross and looking at it from a variety of angles.

Message: Colossians 2:13-15

Today Pastor Bonny continues with our fall series, entitled “Live Like a Christian!”  The point is that many people are “nominal Christians,” meaning they claim to be a Christian but don’t live like one.  As a result they’re likely among the self-deceived whom Jesus describes in Matthew 7:21.  Today we will see that true followers of Jesus both receive the forgiveness of Jesus and pass it on freely to others.  We are called to bear with one another and to live at peace with each other.  As a forgiven and forgiving community, we stand out in the crowd. This is what the world needs to see – People who don’t just Jesus as their Savior, but who truly follow Him as Their Lord. Is your life a good advertisement for God?

Message: Colossians 3:12-17

The Labor Day Weekend traditionally marks the end of summer and the unofficial beginning of the fall season. It’s the time when school starts, people settle in to work, & churches launch programs. Today Pastor will share with us a prayer from the Bible that we can pray for ourselves, our kids, each other, and for Christ’s church – The we will grow in Christ and that God’s purpose be fulfilled in us more and more.

Message: Colossians 1:9-14

February 2018
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