1 Corinthians 14:1-19 Paul continues to correct the behavior of the Corinthian church and turns to the gift of tongues which was being misused. Pastor Rod Bunton gives us a straightforward understanding about this issue that centers on the intelligibility of the one speaking in tongues.
Psalm 146 We all know that God’s word calls us to praise him. Pastor Doug Link opens Psalm 146 to help us understand why the LORD alone is worthy and why it should be something that we should resolve to do every day of our lives.
1 Corinthians 13:8-13 Paul concludes Chapter 13 by pointing out that the sign gifts of prophecies, tongues, and knowledge will pass away. Pastor Rod Bunton echoes the conclusion that unlike those gifts and even faith and hope, love will never pass away.
1 Corinthians 13:4-7 As Paul concludes his teaching about describing love to the Corinthian church, Pastor Rod Bunton also concludes his examination of what true love looks like in action by covering the last six areas and makes an application about our own lives that is very convicting.
Past Rod Bunton concludes his short series of topical lessons, this time tackling the increasingly prevalent topic of gender identity.
1 Corinthians 13:4-7 As Paul continues in his teaching about love to the Corinthian church, Pastor Rod Bunton continues to examine what true love looks like in action by how love is not provoked and does not hold a grudge.
Rod concludes a two-part topic on dealing with conflict.
1 Corinthians 13:4-7 Paul uses Chapter 13 to remind the Corinthians that God wants us to look like Jesus, therefore we should love like Jesus. Pastor Rod Bunton continues to examine what true love looks like in action by covering rudeness and selfishness.
Rod begins a two-part topic on dealing with conflict.
1 Corinthians 13:4-7 The church at Corinth was full of self-focused members so, in this passage about love, Paul directly addresses the issue. Pastor Rod Bunton continues to examine what true love looks like in action by covering boasting and arrogance.
Rod Bunton shares his view on every Christian’s readiness to counsel others.
1 Corinthians 13:4-7 The word “love” has many uses and meanings in our language and it’s sometimes difficult to find a true meaning. Pastor Rod Bunton uses Paul’s description in Chapter 13 to help us understand what true love is by telling us what love looks like in action.