Description: Many Christians today suffer from spiritual amnesia. They don't know who they are in Christ so they have lost sight of their purpose. Paul lays the foundation of our identity in Christ rooted in the grace of God in this opening chapter of Ephesians....
Description: When we gave our hearts to Jesus we were redeemed from the curse of the law, adopted into the family of God, and filled with the Spirit of Christ. Why would we ever want to return to the bondage of sin? Download Outline:
Description: We are inundated with lies almost every waking moment. Lies from our flesh, the devil, and the broken systems of the world around us. How do we keep from buying into these lies so that we may walk in the truth of God's Word? Download Outline:
Description: We can say we love our church family but if we don’t equally take on the responsibility of supporting our church how deep is that love? It has been said “You can give without loving but you can never love without giving.” Download Outline:
Description: In Chapter 8 of 2nd Corinthians we see a contrast between the churches of Macedonia and the church in Corinth. The churches in Macedonia are in the midst of financial hardship yet they are giving freely. The church in Corinth is in the midst of financial...
Description: The Apostle Paul demonstrated unique boldness under pressure and in 2nd Corinthians 5 we see why. He wasn’t focused on the temporary things of this world. His eyes were fixed on the eternal. Download Outline:
Description: Loyalty isn’t something you hear much about anymore unless someone is talking about their pet. For the apostle Paul, there was no question who he was loyal to. Through trials and temptations he clung to Jesus and remained faithful to his calling....
Description: Paul describes the Christians in Corinth as living letters written by God to all men. If we are living letters from God, what should we be communicating to the people around us? Download Outline:
Description: Is Christianity patriarchal and oppressive to women? Does the Bible teach that men are superior to women? Paul answers these questions as he continues to exhort the Corinthian believers to get their house in order. Download Outline:
Description: Paul tells us that we should desire the gift of prophecy above all other gifts. Why? It is through this gift that the entire body of Christ is built up. The church is edified when the Word of God is shared. Download Outline:
Description: What are spiritual gifts and what are their purpose? Paul explains this in chapter 12 of 1st Corinthians as he reminds the church of it's true identity. Download Outline:
Description: Paul has addressed a laundry list of issues plaguing the church in Corinth but now he provides them with a road back to being the body of Christ. Download Outline:
Description: In chapter 10 of 1st Corinthians Paul pulls from Old Testament examples of the dangers of using the security of our salvation as a license to sin. Download Outline:
Description: How far should our liberty take us? Only as far as love will go, no further. Any liberty that goes further than a Biblical love for our fellow man is too far. Download Outline:
Description: Paul continues to plead with the church in Corinth to put aside their petty differences and step into spiritual maturity. He begs them to follow his example of servanthood as he follows the example of Jesus Christ. Download Outline:
Description: The carnal man is controlled by his flesh. He is driven by a love for pleasure and a love for self. The Christian is filled with the Spirit of God and should walk in the power of the Spirit. That’s what it means to be spiritually maturity....
Description: A healthy church is one that does not add or subtract from the truth of God's Word. How does this truth lead to the kind of unity within the body of Christ that brings glory to God? Download Outline:
Description: As Paul closes his letter to the church in Rome he emphasizes the need for unity and the importance of protecting the true message of the gospel. Download Outline:
Description: In part 2 of our study in Romans 12 Paul turns his attention towards our duty to our fellow brothers and sisters. Paul encourages us to think soberly about ourselves and not more highly than we ought. We are all part of one body, the body of Christ....
Description: Paul spent the first 11 chapters of Romans dealing with the character of God and all that He has done for us. It is not until Paul has laid this groundwork of God’s mercy that he begins to call us to action. Download Outline: