Sermons on Love
Today we get to the heart of it. If what Jesus has previously said wasn’t enough, the words we read today have the potential to alienate everyone. Without question, Jesus declares he is a different kind of Messiah than expected. He is not one who will overpower the Romans or impose his will over his enemies. Instead he calls for the most radical aspect of discipleship yet. Key text: Luke 6:27-36 (MSG)
Key text: 1 Corinthians 13 (ESV) No matter where you fall on this issue of human sexuality, hear this special message from Pastor Chris regarding the Special Called General Conference of The United Methodist Church.
When we abide in Jesus, the True Vine, and allow God to guide our growth, we produce an abundance of fruit that demonstrates our connectedness to Jesus. While many of us want to skip to this step, the reality is that bearing much fruit requires commitment and diligence that is life-long and healthy. Key Text: John 15:8-11