1 Thessalonians 5:1-11. Paul’s letters to the Thessalonians are probably the first letters he ever wrote. The return of Christ wasn’t a doctrine to be dissected and debated, but was a central truth for Paul. It’s also one he treats pastorally, using it to address real concerns the church had then…and still has now.
John Mangrum stops by Connexion to share God’s word and his wisdom. If you missed it because you weren’t back from Spring Break, here’s your chance to listen!
From Colossians 1:15-23. “All things were created by [Jesus Christ]…in him all things are held together.” What does this enormous statement mean? To what extent are our lives shaped by this reality?
From Philippians 3:7-14. Picture this: A stooped old man wasting away in a prison with a glowing smile on his face. He is writing a letter that will later be known around the world as “The Letter of Joy.” Why is he so joyful? Let’s learn the secret of his joyful perspective.
Josiah Leuenberger, Director of Campus Ministies, continues the spring series on the incredible and enigmatic book of Daniel.
Pastor Dan takes us through Paul’s reflections on the Gospel and its implications in the life of the believer and the life of God’s people, the church.
In the Epistle to the Galatians Paul addresses the problem of legalism with very severe language, but he also reminds the believers that they are supposed to live in the Spirit. Paul is trying to “reset the table” so to speak by reminding them of what is essential – simply the good news about Jesus Christ. Has the Good News become lost in our agenda?
Following up on Pastor Bob’s sermon ‘Shaped by the Other’, three couples join a panel on marriage, sharing the stories, wisdom, mistakes and answering questions. the annual relationship sermon at Connexion. Relationships are anything but trivial – we’re relational because God is relational. God calls us to relationship not only with himself, but others and uses those relationships to shape us.
Pastor Bob draws out some of the major themes from 1 Corinthians as we press on through the letters of the New Testament.
Bob delivers the annual relationship sermon at Connexion. Relationships are anything but trivial – we’re relational because God is relational. God calls us to relationship not only with himself, but others and uses those relationships to shape us.