Key texts: 1 Corinthians 14:1-19 Speaker: Dru Lattin Direct Download (Right-click link and save file)
Continuing with 1 Corinthians, Dru tackles the sometimes-confusing issue of speaking in tongues. After a historical overview of this spiritual gift, he looks at the motivating principles behind how speaking gifts are to be used in the church. Paul called Corinth to “seek to excel in building up the church.” We should do no less.
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Speaker: Elv Graber Direct download (right click and select “save target as…”)
What does your name mean? This may be fun to ask, but it’s much more important when we are speaking of God. Elv leads the church in a discussion of God’s names, and a faith-building review of his character.
Some portions of this recording included group sharing, which were not recorded as loudly as Elv’s voice. It’s worth listening to, though!
In his final message on Peter’s life and teachings, Shannon gives a sobering challenge to share the hope we have with others. Have we prepared ourselves to give an answer? Are we willing to open our mouths and find ways to give that which we have been given?
In this third message, Shannon looks at Peter’s teaching on spiritual gifts. Peter shares four key principles about spiritual gifts – practical and encouraging principles. Listen for these points and more, below.
In the first of his four-part series on the life and letters of Peter, Shannon Martin shares about two boat experiences Peter had. Obedience to Christ’s call required Peter to do some seemingly risky things, and the same is true for us today.
Listen below to this simple yet challenging call to follow Christ, no matter where it takes you.
Speaker: Dru Lattin Texts: Joshua 22; James 1:19-21 Direct download (right click and select “save target as…”)
We all make assumptions. At least, that’s what we assume. But thinking that I know your motives can quickly introduce confusion and mistrust into relationships. Dru shares how a civil war nearly broke out, simply because people assumed things, and didn’t check to see what was true.
In the New Covenant, he then looks at what we should do instead of assuming, giving practical direction to avoid this communication pitfall.