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Monthly Archives: April 2016
Gospel-Centered Ministry: This sermon is part of “The Gospel-Centered Life” series. God has given every Christian unique personalities, gifts, knowledge, and experiences to be able to make a unique ministry contribution. Church leadership is to equip the church to do this ministry. Every person is needed! Gospel-centered ministry is loving service that meets needs and builds up the body of Christ.
Recorded on Apr 17, 2016, by Pastor David Parks on Ephesians 4:11-16. Listen/download here:
Gospel-Centered Community: This sermon is part of “The Gospel-Centered Life” series. Family is incredibly important to us, but our families can be a source of pain and dysfunction just as much as they are a source of joy. Though he was under no obligation, God the Father loves us and adopts us into his family through the person and work of Jesus Christ. Gospel-centered community is the family of God formed by faith in Christ.
Recorded on Apr 10, 2016, by Pastor Josh Crabb on Galatians 3:23-29. Listen/download here:
Gospel-Centered Worship: This sermon is part of “The Gospel-Centered Life” series. Many people believe that worship has to do with where you are (place), where you’re from (family), or what you’ve done (morality). But in his interaction with the Samaritan woman, Jesus radically redefines what true worship is all about. True worship is centered on the good news of Jesus Christ. Gospel-centered worship is the whole-life response to the glory of God.
Recorded on Apr 3, 2016, by Pastor David Parks on John 4:1-26. Listen/download here: