This weekend, our message will focus on expanding what our teenagers learned this weekend. We will take a look at different moments in Moses’ life and the Israelites’ journey through the wilderness. God was faithful to them every step of the way, guiding them through the unknown and meeting their needs. The title of this weekend’s message is “THE JOURNEY.”
This weekend, I want to talk about more than just biological fathers. Throughout Scripture, we see godly men investing in and mentoring younger men. Perhaps the most famous example is that of Paul and Timothy, whom he refers to as his son in the faith. This Father’s Day weekend, I will be preaching a message on these adopted fathers who help guide us spiritually.
This weekend, we are continuing in our study of Philippians 2:5-11, specifically examining the word “bondservant.” In order to understand what it means for Christ to be our bondservant, we must first understand what Paul meant by that term. This message will also help us understand how to better follow Christ’s example of serving others. The title of this week’s message is “BONDSERVANT.”
In this message we will look at the statement – “Love does not parade itself, is not puffed up.” There is no room for pride in love. In fact, “Love is Serving” others the way Christ serves us.
Christianity is more than just a come and sit religion. It is a call to do go and serve. We are saved to serve. Many Christians feel as if something is missing in their Christian walk. They search high and low for some secret formula to joy and fulfillment but to no avail. True joy and fulfillment can only be found in allowing the Holy Spirit to find a place for us to serve in God’s Kingdom.