Last week, Pastor Steve considered when we should remain silent. There are also times we need to speak up.
Paul says we should remember the “sound words.” What does that mean? How does that apply to us?
On this Independence Day, Pastor Tim turns to Galatians to think about what true freedom looks like.
What does waiting for Jesus’s return look like? Are we just trying to “make it through” until the end? This week we turn to Matthew 25:14-30, looking at the “Parable of the Talents” and what it says to us about what God calls us to do with our lives right now.
In the early church there was an overwhelming culture of sacrifice. There was an assumption that the needy should be cared for, and it was our job to do so. It wasn’t the role of politicians or city policies. And they believed that what the Church could do together was more powerful than any one individual, could do. Ananias and Sapphire are an example of loving self above loving God and loving their neighbor. It’s easy to make a commitment to sacrifice, until you start to feel the sacrifice. Then we want to crawl off the altar, but still get the praise.
Join us as Jim Krenning takes us to Song of Songs this week for 52v52b52w on #ThisWeekAtLittleHills!