Sermons from August 2020
In light of the current health crisis and also because of a generational shift in our culture, “going to church” has changed. In a short series, Pastor Rod Bunton focuses on the church and examines why we gather locally.
1 Corinthians 4:14-21 Having exposed and then rebuking the sin of pride in the Corinthian church, now Paul presents a resolution to their pride. Pastor Rod Bunton explains that Paul provides two options: humbling themselves or being humbled by God.
1 Corinthians 4:9-13 Paul exposed the prideful ways of the Corinthian church because they saw themselves as believers who had arrived, even boasting about following certain apostles. Pastor Rod Bunton shows how Paul contrasted that to the humble lives of the apostles, the very people the church was adoring, who saw themselves as the bottom of the barrel.
Psalm 4 During David’s reign as king, he faced much adversity from those in his kingdom and even from his own family. Pastor Ben Khazraee, in a message with particular relevance in today’s climate, reveals how we, like David, can find peace in a hostile culture.
1 Corinthians 4:6-7 The underlying problem in the Corinthian church was their pride and Paul uses this passage to expose it. Pastor Rod Bunton helps us understand how pride manifested itself in that church and in our own lives and also how it robs God of his glory and is the enemy of our sanctification.