The Epistles of John provide valuable information for the Christian life. The sermons in this series cover a range of topics from spiritual growth to how to identify an individual from the body of Christ. Over the course of twelve weeks, we focus on 1, 2, and 3 John to uncover different qualities of the Christian life.
It is important to make sure the right influences frame your future. In this sermon, we discuss how truth frames out lives and how the Gospel frames our goals.
As Christians, we are called to love others as God loves us. In this sermon, we discuss how we must love people because they have value, are vulnerable, and because your reward depends on it.
There are many elements involved in our spiritual lives. In this sermon, we discuss the different elements of real confidence found in the Lord.
As Christians, our goal is to know the real Jesus and to authentically represent Him to a lost world. In this sermon, we discuss how we must love confidently, as a community, and as a champion.
Discernment is the skillful wisdom that comes from the Holy Spirit to help us determine what is true and what is false. In this sermon, we discuss how discernment recognizes the true attributes of the real love that we receive from God.
When we enter into a relationship with Christ, the way that we live changes. In this sermon, we discuss characteristics of a Christian life and the two highest priorities of the Christian movement.
Real life requires us to renounce where we’ve come out of and embrace where we’re headed. In this sermon, we discuss how we will holy when we are perfected and how we can be holy in our practice.
As Christians, we need to learn how to determine who are not Christians. In this sermon, we discuss different ways to identify who are not part of the body of Christ and how we must remain in Christ and on mission.
As a Christian, there are different levels of spiritual growth that you experience. In this sermon, we discuss each phase of spiritual growth and signs of Christian immaturity.
We can only experience perfect and real love through a relationship with God. In this sermon, we discuss how real love clarifies out walk and talk.
The problem with the world isn't that non-Christians don't act like Christians. It's that Christians act like non-Christians.
Christians are called to have fellowship with God. In this sermon, we discuss how real fellowship includes encountering the real Jesus and experiencing joy with a redeemed perspective, an empowered conviction, and a powerful proclamation.