Apr 22, 2018
He Still Rolls Away Stones (Week 4: The Stone of Bitterness)

Bitterness can be defined as a resentful cynicism that results in an intense hostility toward others. It is the state of mind that willfully holds on to angry feelings, ready to take offense, able to break out in anger at any moment. This morning, we’re going to look at what the Bible has to say about bitterness. We will come to see the devastating effects bitterness has on a life – but more importantly, how to get rid of it.

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  • Apr 22, 2018He Still Rolls Away Stones (Week 4: The Stone of Bitterness)
    Apr 22, 2018
    He Still Rolls Away Stones (Week 4: The Stone of Bitterness)

    Bitterness can be defined as a resentful cynicism that results in an intense hostility toward others. It is the state of mind that willfully holds on to angry feelings, ready to take offense, able to break out in anger at any moment. This morning, we’re going to look at what the Bible has to say about bitterness. We will come to see the devastating effects bitterness has on a life – but more importantly, how to get rid of it.

  • Apr 1, 2018He Still Rolls Away Stones (Week 1: The Stone of Death)
    Apr 1, 2018
    He Still Rolls Away Stones (Week 1: The Stone of Death)
    The resurrection narratives are some of the most fascinating passages  in the entire Bible. As we look at Mark’s account of Jesus’ resurrection,  I want to answer four questions that come to my mind.
     
  • Mar 25, 2018Finding Joy in the Journey (Week 12)
    Mar 25, 2018
    Finding Joy in the Journey (Week 12)
    A thank you note usually consists of three components: an acknowledge ment of something nice that was done, an affirmation of some quality in the one who gave the gift, and often a short word of encouragement.In closing his letter to the Philippians, Paul gives one of the best thank you notes I’ve ever come across.
  • Mar 18, 2018Finding Joy in the Journey (Week 11)
    Mar 18, 2018
    Finding Joy in the Journey (Week 11)
    In our study of Philippians this morning, Paul tells the Philippians to rejoice. Now there’s an oxymoron if ever I saw one! On a personal level, Paul was in prison. Culturally, being a Christ-follower in the 1st century was treacherous for the Philippians. Yet he tells them to rejoice! We’re not too unlike Paul or the Philippians. For many, life stinks right now! And yet the Bible says REJOICE IN THE LORD. How can we do that?
  • Mar 4, 2018Finding Joy in the Journey (Week 9)
    Mar 4, 2018
    Finding Joy in the Journey (Week 9)