Character Building — Romans, Part 4

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Because we have peace with God through Christ, we might expect our lives to be smooth sailing. And when they aren’t, we might wonder if we really do have peace with God. The Apostle Paul, however, said that problems help us develop our character, so we can endure and even boast about our problems. Pastor Luke teaches from Romans 5:1–11 in “Character Building,” part 4 of his 5-part series “Romans.”

Fragile — Trinity Sunday, June 7, 2020

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Everyone experiences pain and hardship from time to time. How can we make sense of the troubles in our life, or even in the wider world? With the advantage of hindsight, we see the Apostle Paul as one of the most important people ever to have lived. But in his own era, people found him underwhelming, partly because he was a magnet for trouble. How did Paul see the troubles in his life? Pastor Luke preaches from 2 Corinthians 4:6–12 in “Fragile.”

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