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To conclude our study of the book of 1 Corinthians, Pastor Mark follows the lead of Paul in discussing what is weighing on his heart and mind concerning generosity. ...

This week’s sermon examines 1 Corinthians chapter 15 to look at the central importance of Christ’s resurrection to the Christian faith. Paul states bluntly that, without the resurrection of Christ, Christians are fools and are to be pitied. Without a...

We are bombarded with messages from television, film, radio, iPods, email, text messages, cell phones, magazines, newspapers, books, blogs, websites, mail, and innumerable forms of advertising. Of all the things that we can know, what is the most important thing...

Our human bodies are at best weak, and at worst sick, dying, and dishonorable. Paul explains in great detail the glorified bodies that Christians will inherit from and through Jesus Christ at his return....

Paul gives us helpful missional questions to guide our choices as Christians so that God is glorified, we are joyful, and people meet Jesus....

Some of the most hotly debated issues of today are about issues of gender and authority. The three positions on gender roles are egalitarian feminism, hierarchical chauvinism, and complementarian chivalry....

Paul connects idolatry and sin in a way that shows the sin in our life proceeds from our idols. That which we hold in highest esteem and devote our time and energy to is our idol(s). The human heart is...

For some reason, pastoral ministry remains for some a glowing, naive, dreamy life idealized as hours of Bible reading, prayer walks with Jesus, and days spent singing worship songs and smiling. But statistically, being a pastor is the spiritual equivalent...