Faith and Freedom: Living Spiritually
This is our first live streaming service due to the coronavirus. In this message, we continue our series on Faith and Freedom by focusing on what it means to live spiritually. We are getting near the end of this book, and Paul has transitioned his focus away from his main theological argument (you are justified by faith, not by the works of the Laws of Moses) to the application. Christ has set us free to cultivate the Fruit of the Spirit!
Faith and Freedom: Loving Concern
This Sunday we continue our progression through Galatians by focusing on a passage that appears to be more of an eruption of emotion for Paul. These verses are filled with passion as Paul fights for his people against others seeking to woo the Galatians away from the true Gospel. After chapters of rational thought and carefully delineated arguments, Paul erupts in a type of holy rage. But what permeates throughout is a parental love for these newborn Christians. I look forward to preaching this sermon as we embark on the urgent business of making disciples.Loving Concern Podcast
Faith and Freedom: Adoption
Our tour through the letter to the Galatians continues this Sunday. We dive into a very important concept of Spiritual Adoption. We have dealt with this issue before, but learning about it within the detailed context of Galatians has certainly helped me gain a greater appreciation for understanding Spiritual Adoption.Podcast: Adoption
Faith and Freedom: It's Always Been about Faith
This morning’s message continues Paul’s argument to the Galatians about how important faith is. God’s plan for us has always been about faith in him and how that faith changes our lives to desire to follow Him. We get sidetracked along the way, of course. We supplement, add, subtract, and divide up our individual paths to salvation or our understanding of the Gospel. It's Always Been about Faith Podcast