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June 13, 2021
Philippians 1:12-20
How do we find joy when we’re stuck in difficult circumstances? Paul here shows us by example. Stuck in prison for his faith, he finds joy because, even in the midst of such adversity, the gospel advances through him in the most surprising of ways.
June 6, 2021
Philippians 1:1-11
In this introduction to Philippians we’ll discover how to deal with life’s circumstances that steal our joy.
May 30, 2021
Acts 10:25-48
God gave Peter corrective lenses, of sorts, which corrected Peter’s understanding of God’s heart and plan for humanity, and the way Peter related with others. What kind of corrective lenses might God have in store for us today?
May 23, 2021
Acts 2:1-39
On Pentecost Peter preached to a large gathering of people who didn’t believe. By the end of this first sermon Peter ever delivered, over 3,000 people had become followers of Jesus. What did they hear that changed their life?
May 16, 2021
Mark 14:32-41, 1 Peter 5:8
A life of surrender is not easy and is often costly, but its reward bears fruit for a lifetime.
May 9, 2021
Matthew 16:13-24
In this poignant passage we see Peter at his best and worst, at once a bedrock of a person and a stumbling rock. Do you see yourself in him?
May 2, 2021
Matthew 14:22-33, John 6:66-69
When we step out in faith, God’s presence is promised but our worldly sense of comfort is not. In the face of life’s most fearsome storms is a far stronger wind, the Spirit and love of God.
April 25, 2021
John 13:1-17, 1 Peter 4:8-10
When Jesus suffered, he didn’t become self-consumed, but showed us the way by humbly serving and loving even those who would hurt him.