Texts: 1 Corinthians 6:1-11 Speaker: Dru Lattin Direct Download (Click link and download file)
Do you worry about people in your church deliberately cheating you? What about them suing you? If this describes you, you might be a Christian in ancient Corinth! But even if you aren’t worried about the integrity and forgiveness of those you worship with, Paul has some important principles for how believers should act toward one another.
Texts: Revelation 12:7-12; Romans 8:31-39; 2 Corinthians 10:3-4; 2 Chronicles 20; etc. Speaker: Conroy Loewen Direct Download (Click link to go to file and download)
Everyone likes a victory, but Conroy explains that there is no victory a battle. In our spiritual life, we face an enemy, but are promised victory through the strength Jesus provides. If you’re feeling frustrated in your fight against the enemy, listen in for Biblical encouragement.
Texts: Hebrews 12:1-2 Speaker: Noah Lattin Direct Download (Click link to go to file and download)
In a special devotional, Noah shares his experience helping with an international skiing race, and lessons he’s learned along the way. With personal stories, he challenges us to lay aside every hindrance and run – or ski! – the spiritual race set before us.
Texts: 1 Corinthians 4:14-5:13 Speaker: Dru Lattin Direct Download (Click link and download file)
No one likes to be criticized, but the Corinthian church was in desperate need of correction. As we continue our study of 1 Corinthians, we learn how Paul deals with sin in the church, and look for application in our relationships and fellowship. How committed are you to a set-apart community?
Texts: Mark 12:30; Psalm 139; Philippians 4:6-7 Speaker: Conroy Loewen Direct Download (Click link to go to file and download)
What are you thinking about? What is on your heart? These simple questions, if answered honestly, reveal who we truly are. Conroy walks through Scriptures, applying them to the challenge of keeping our minds and hearts before God.
Speaker: Ted Miller Direct Download (Click link and download file) Click here for the first and here for the second in this three-part series
In his final message, Ted gives counsel for parents as their children become adults. Trust, friendship, and time to listen are central in this stage. How do we guide them to stand on the eternal truths we want to pass on? Whether you have teenagers or not, this message has important truths to hear.
Ted continues his series with practical counsel on training young children. Click here for the first in this three-part series. With personal stories and wisdom grounded in experience, he invites parents to do the work of discipline while hearts are young and ready to receive.