Our lives are crazy busy. What does Jesus teach about life in a fast-paced, superficially connected world like ours. Listen to what he has to say about hurry.
"On the Road..."
March 1, 2020
"The Psalms: A Playlist "Story Telling Psalm"
When Jesus invites us to follow him, he also invites us to leave some things behind. As we begin our new series--"On the Road," listen in and allow the Spirit to point out in your own life the baggage you won't need as you follow Jesus.
We read read the storytelling Psalms to remind us who God is and who we are as His people. In Psalm 105 we see the truth that God is sovereign. As His people, He promises to give us a place, a home, and we read how He works everything to fulfill that promise.
What can I pray in the midst of political turmoil? Where can I look and what can I trust in when I'm afraid of all the division around me? On the Presidents' Day Weekend, we look at aspects of God's Kingdom in Psalm 72.
The most loved song of all time... and that's not an exaggeration. Why is Psalm 23 so special to us? How can it help to usher us into deeper trust in God? Listen as we look more closely at the most famous song ever.
Is it ok to "beat on God's chest" if I'm angry or sad? The short answer, is YES! There's actually a Psalm for that. In our series Playlist, this sermon addresses songs of lament, and invites you to actually pray through a Community Lament in real time with the congregation.
This is the kick-off to our new series on the Psalms titled "Playlist." Every road trip needs a good playlist. What about songs for our journey of following Jesus? We benefit from these ancient songs, the Psalms, while on the path of following Jesus. Each week we will look at a different type of psalm. This week we looked at "Hymns."
Christian children and parents are called and encouraged to follow the example of the perfect parent-child relationship. God, the Father is perfect in His love and Christ, the Son is perfect in His obedience.
"Gospel-Centered Relationships: Husbands and Wives"
When we walk in love and submission to one another, it reveals our union with Christ. In this controversial passages, we explore how the marriage relationship ultimately points to Christ - our supreme example of covenant love.
Join in as we take time in prayer together, using Paul's four stepping stones in Ephesians 3. Christ dwelling in us, being rooted in his love, knowing his love, and being filled with the fullness of God.
"The Household of God and the Temple of the Spirit"
What is the role of the Holy Spirit in the life of a disciple? How do you "get" the Holy Spirit and what does the Spirit do? Listen in, as we explore the pattern we see in scripture of "hearing, believing, and receiving."
What do we believe about predestination? What does it mean to be chosen by God? How can I know that I'm love? Before the creation of the world God decided in love to clean you up and bring you into his family.
An introduce Paul's letter to the Ephesians and a celebration of FPC's 75 years of ministry and mission in Berkeley County. With the authority OF Christ, Paul offers to those who are IN Christ, to receive the grace and peace FROM Christ.
As we conclude the Gospel of John, we ask: 1. What was written? 2. Why it can't ALL be written? 3. What remains to be written? Listen in as you are invited into eternal and abundant life with Jesus, the risen Christ!
Sometimes reading the Bible can be confusing. We ask, "What's the point this passage? Why was this written?" This sermon will explore the "Purpose Statement" of John's gospel... and it might just be a lens for reading the entire Bible.
"Core Values: Raising the Next Generation for God," Part 2
Disciples of Jesus talk about "blessings" a lot. What is a blessing? What does it mean that Jesus would offer blessing to all future believers in him? And how does Jesus' blessing relate to our Core Values.
"Core Values: Raising the Next Generation for God," Part 1
Have we mislabeled Thomas as a "doubter"? A deeper look at how honest doubts lead to authentic faith. When the church responds to doubts with witness and welcome, we give the next generation space to encounter Christ, saying, "My Lord and My God."
"Core Values: Connecting People to the Mission of God," Part 2