Sermons from June 2022
1 Peter 3:7 Peter follows up the passage about wives with a single, yet packed, verse addressing husbands. Pastor Rod Bunton hits the many points in this verse hard as he explains how husbands should treat their wives.
Doug Link explores the “I” in the T.U.L.I.P. acrostic: Irresistible Grace.
1 Peter 3:1-6 In Chapter 3, Peter addresses the appropriate behavior of wives and husbands regarding their relationships to each other. Pastor Rod Bunton, providentially preaching on Father’s Day, tackles a subject that is very controversial in today’s culture.
Ben Khazraee discusses the solution to the problem discussed in the previous lesson (total/radical depravity).
1 Peter 2:22-25 The main theme of Peter’s first epistle is the suffering of Christians during their time on Earth, just as Christ predicted. Pastor Rod Bunton closes out Chapter 2 by reminding us that Christ suffered willingly so that we may be freed from the slavery of sin.
Doug Link discusses the “Total Depravity” component of the T.U.L.I.P. acrostic.
1 Peter 2:18-21 Just like today, people in Peter’s audience did not want to be treated unfairly, especially by those in a position of power over them, and so he addressed the proper Christian response to that circumstance. Pastor Rod Bunton explores that desire to be “autonomous” that tempts us to rebel against those in authority.
Ben Khazraee begins the Summer Sunday School Series by introducing the topic.