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Self-Examination and the Lord's Supper

In the troubled Corinthian church, the Lord’s Supper had not been protected from abuse. This mistreatment of the Supper was so serious that Paul bluntly told them that the way they were handling this memorial was actually a despising of the church (1 Cor. 349 more words


The Earth Shattering Truth (1 Corinthians 6:12–20)

Snap out of it! Snap out of the boring state of Churchy mind, the boring Church; snap out of boring preaching, and wake up! Wake up to the earth-shattering truth: If you are a Christian, you are one with Jesus Christ. 62 more words

A Wretch Like Me

“Where would I be without Christ?”

If I were to pose the question, and have you ask it of yourself, what thoughts immediately come to mind? 463 more words


3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, cycle B

1st Reading – Jonah 3: 1-5, 10

This is a story about Jonah the prophet.  God told Jonah to bring about the redemption of Ninevah, to which Jonah ran in the opposite direction toward the sea  (How often do WE run away from where God may be leading us?).  1,356 more words

1.16.18: Prayer Prompt: When We Want To Give Up On Others

PRAYER PROMPT ••• In my 43 years, I’ve given up on piano lessons, diets, book projects, and probably more things than my Instagram character limit will allow me to list. 478 more words

Prayer Prompt

No Other Foundation

Texts: 1 Corinthians 1-4
Speaker: Dru Lattin
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In the second message in a series on 1 Corinthians, Dru highlights the crucial differences between the foundation of the church and the building materials that we choose to build with on that foundation. 64 more words

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