Building on his previous sermon two weeks before, Jim Scullion draws on Paul’s letter to the Romans to describe our justification by God through Jesus Christ.
Reconciliation. That is a word we might not hear that often. It comes from “reconcile”, which might be defined as “making two things to come into agreement”. When a relationship is broken, “reconciliation” is what needs to happen to bring the two parties back into a positive relationship.
A common question raised when someone first truly comes to grips with the gospel of Jesus Christ is the question of fairness. That is the subject of Sunday’s sermon with Jim Scullion.
God knows your heart; do you know your own? Is your relationship with God good as long as you get what you want, or do you contribute? Are you willing to give a “blank check” on your lift?
The literal, bodily resurrection of Jesus from the dead is the foundation of the Christian Religion. Pastor Jim helps us rejoice in that reality, and presents those who don’t believe some thoughtful reasons to give it more consideration.
May seem an obvious question to be asking: Who is Jesus? But just as the crowds in Jerusalem were asking that Palm Sunday, Pastor Jim suggested that we, too, should ask if we really know and live as if Jesus is who he is.
Steven Shepard, Church Planting International, was our preacher today and he shared the same message that he preaches and teaches in Mexico, South America and Africa. Its the same Gospel message that people the world around need to hear.
How does Peter advise Christians under fire to respond. Jim Scullion explains the text in chapter 4 of Peter’s first epistle