We take a deep look at the famous “love passage” here in 1 Corinthians, finding not instructions for marriage, but instructions for the church. We are to love not only those who are easy to love, but those who aren’t.
We continue working through 1 Corinthians 12, finding Paul identifying the Corinthian church as the body of Christ. We look at what this means for us.
Craig teaches us what it means to abide in Jesus, who loves us as the Father has loved him.
In our first service at the new location (1550 Market St), we are invited into Jesus’ interaction with the Pharisees and Herodians who try to ensnare him with a question about taxes. We wander into the history of money, and we find that Jesus’ instruction to “give unto Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God…
We look at the parable of the wedding banquet for our last service in the 13th St location. The coming kingdom of God is good news, especially for those who are not usually invited to the banquet.
Covering a lot of ground, we look at Jesus’ instruction on dealing with sin within the church community.
We look at the challenging and inspiring account of life together among the first followers of Jesus. We find that it is not quite as out of reach as we tend to think.
We had a few interruptions this week that might be a little confusing listening online, but don’t worry, you aren’t missing anything particularly important or interesting!