In a culture where we enjoy our circles and cliques, we end up being divided. And when we're divided, we become distrusting and fearful of those outside of our circles. While this is a inescapable reality in our world, it shouldn't be so within the church. How do you and I deal with our differences and the "others" within our churches? Join us for our last segment of our One Another Series.
There is much hurt when we are wronged by a brother or sister who is also a Christ-follower. When we experience such pain, we are often tempted to walk away from the relationship, be vengeful, or even hurt the person back. After all, the cancel-culture within society and the church is at it peak. Within the wake of all the responses back and forth, we are left wondering if this is the right way for us to respond as Christ-followers. How do you and I appropriately respond to someone who has hurt us?
Every person who has ever been in a relationship of any sort: personal, friendship, professional, and such, have experienced the inevitable sorrow of being let down in some way. As humans, it is in our nature to not always live up to the standards we have for one another. And when we experience this sort of failure or let-down, we are often hurt by it. This is even more hurtful when such things happen within the church where we expect people to treat each other with respect and grace. How do you and I respond in such moments? What should our response be to those who hurt us? Listen in as we continue in our One Another Series
Our words matter. How we speak to and of each other has an incredible impact within the church and in society. It can be hard to choose the right words especially when presented with tough situations. So how do we speak in a way that does not cut down but rather builds up one another? Join us as we continue in our "One Another" Series.
Most of us have disagreed with a loved one over issues large and small. Sometimes these disagreements balloon into large ones where the relationship is affected. In these moments, we have a choice to make. Do we stick to our points of view or do we preserve the relationship. As much as this happens in our everyday lives, it happens within the church as well. How do we handle such moments as Christ-followers? Join us as we look at how Paul addresses this issue.
In a world that has a hard time relating to each other well, as Christ-followers we are called to live with each other in harmony and love. This is easy in theory but a hard task in practice. In our latest sermon series, we will explore some of the "one-another" commands in Scripture. Our hope is that God will speak to you through His word and transform the way you see those around you.