1 Corinthians 12:10a People love the idea of miracles and are often ready to accept that unexpected events must be the supernatural work of God. Pastor Rod Bunton explains the difference between God’s providence and true miracles and why they exist.
1 Corinthians 12:7-11 Paul addressed several areas where the Corinthian church were confused about spiritual gifts, which are given by the Holy Spirit in order to build up and serve the church. Pastor Rod Bunton starts examining the first three gifts described by Paul using this text and other supporting passages.
1 Corinthians 12:1-3 The Corinthians didn’t understand spiritual gifts and they were misusing them; this is also a modern day problem in Christianity. Pastor Rod Bunton starts digging deeper into spiritual gifts by looking at how the Corinthians were misusing them and how that compares to today.
Psalm 8 Having an accurate understanding of who we are and where we fit in God’s world is critical to our view of humanity and questions being debated today in our society. Pastor Ben Khazraee extracts fundamental truths from Psalm 8 which helps us have the proper answers to who God is and who we are.
Proverbs 4:10-27 Solomon provided his children, and us, with excellent training in the ways of wisdom. Pastor Doug Link concludes his series from Proverbs 4 by contrasting the two paths we can take and showing how embracing wisdom requires diligent attention.
Proverbs 4:1-9 God’s word lists many responsibilities that fall on parents who have children and one of those is to impart wisdom. Pastor Doug Link preaches from Proverbs 4 to help us understand that responsibility, why it’s difficult, and why it is so important to pass on to our children.
Psalm 77 Difficulties and suffering can cloud our vision and lead us to a common reaction: doubting whether God is willing or able to help. Pastor Ben Khazraee opens this psalm of lament to explore how doubts arise and how we should deal with them.
1 Corinthians 12-14 The Corinthian church was very experienced with spiritual gifts but they were ignorant about about them doctrinally. Before diving into the details in the coming weeks, Pastor Rod Bunton provides an overview of the topic of spiritual gifts covered in chapters 12 through 14.
Psalm 145 “God is great, God is good…”; so begins the childhood prayer. But just how great is God? Pastor Doug Link explores Psalm 145 in search of answers to who God is, how great he is, and how we should respond.
1 Corinthians 11:17-34 Paul had learned of issues within the Corinthian church regarding their practice of the ordinance of Communion. Pastor Rod Bunton explains the issues behind this well-known passage that is referenced often during the Lord’s Supper.
1 Corinthians 11:4-16 After setting up the theological foundation for understanding authority and submission, Paul cleared up the confusion around the topic of head coverings in the Corinthian church. Pastor Rod Bunton concludes his teaching on this counter-cultural passage that is still misunderstood and misapplied today.
1 Corinthians 11:2-3 The issue of head coverings within the church is one that is difficult to understand today and was also an issue that needed clarification in the church at Corinth. Pastor Rod Bunton tackles this challenging and controversial passage by laying the theological foundation before heading deeper into the details of the issue.