Righteous — Romans, Part 3

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People can be distinguished according to race, politics, age, sex, and countless other factors. Sometimes these harden into divisions, and that seems to be taking place increasingly today. Is it possible for people to get along? Should we even try? Why? In the first century, the Apostle Paul said we can and we should. Pastor Luke preaches from Romans 3:21–30 in “Righteous,” part 3 of his 4-part series “Romans.”

Better Together — Signs of Life, Part 7

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Christians are better together. But unity is hard–so hard, that praying for unity was one of the last things Jesus did before he went to the cross. How can we do unity well? And maybe more important, how can we do dis-unity well? Pastor Luke preaches from Acts 15:22–41 in “Better Together,” the concluding message in his series “Signs of Life.” Continue reading “Better Together — Signs of Life, Part 7”

Which Team Are You On? — 1 Corinthians 1, Part 2

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Two thousand years ago, Paul was alarmed to learn that the Corinthian church was developing factions that argued with each other. When it happens today, we may be depressed, but we aren’t surprised. But Paul also told the church what to do about their factions. What can he teach us? Pastor Luke preaches from 1 Corinthians 1:10–17 in “Which Team Are You On?,” part 2 of his 4-part series “1 Corinthians 1.” Continue reading “Which Team Are You On? — 1 Corinthians 1, Part 2”

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