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Is there a wrong way to do a Communion Service?What are we supposed to think about during a Communion Service?What does it mean to take the Lord's supper in an unworthy manner? Text: 1 Corinthians 11:17-34
We receive many good gifts from God, but life is also filled with much pain and sorrow. That pain has the power to make us bitter, and that bitterness can seep out in our relationships with other people.David Brooks says that “pain that is not transformed is transmitted.” If that’s true, then how can the pain we all experience be transformed?Peter spoke to a congregation experiencing severe trials, but he saw in those trials the possibility of redemption.
Both the religious world and the secular world can be unforgiving places: “Adhere to the external standards or you don’t belong. Fail, and don’t expect a second chance.”But God is “rich in mercy.” He loves to give it away, an offer of free grace, to those who don’t deserve it.Christians are those who have received mercy. And, having received it, extend it to others.
Did you know that angels are attracted to women?Did you know that angels once came to earth and had mighty descendants through human women?Well, neither of those statements are true – but a lot of people think those kinds of things are in the Bible!Where do those ideas come from? Let’s talk about that today, as we look at the often confusing text about women wearing head coverings in church.
John 15:1-17We need to receive grace upon salvation, but God keeps giving us gifts in Jesus. Receiving grace comes from daily abiding in Jesus.When we abide in Jesus, we will bear spiritual fruit, which is a “natural” process of the supernatural life.What does it mean to remain in Jesus? What does it mean to bear fruit? 
This is the sermon in a series by the same name. In this sermon, we focus on the nature of grace, and the God of grace, in the book of Ephesians. 



Text: Hosea 1-3There aren’t many books in the Bible that are more “R-rated” than Hosea. It’s ugly. It’s shocking. But that’s the point!The prophet Hosea’s life, while rather scandalous, can teach us a whole lot about sin, unfaithfulness, and the absolutely unrelenting love of God. So, while it might be a bit embarrassing to modern sensibilities, let’s dive into the book of Hosea and see what it can teach us today.
Christians are a people of the truth. We stake a lot on things that we believe are absolutely true.But what if another believer thinks differently about something that we think is important? Are we both right? Is there more than one truth?How do we agree to disagree?Let’s talk about disputable matters like this today as we study God’s Word from 1 Corinthians.Text: 1 Cor 8:1-11:1
It can be easy to get discouraged. Prominent leaders fall away. A majority of churches declining. We have personal struggles and failures.  Christians confess that God is always at work in the world, but sometimes we see what appears to be counter evidence. Instead of progress, we see what looks like regression. The parables in Mark show us the inevitability of God's work through Jesus = but they also show us the mysterious and surprising ways in which he works.   
Under what conditions is it Ok to break up a marriage? What does God want us to think about separations and divorce?Text: 1 Corinthians 7:10-24
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