Gentleness is a part of the Fruit of the Spirit, but what does it actually mean to be gentle? Is it stepping around on eggshells? Is it a weakness in battle? This morning we will look at the different contexts of gentleness in Scripture and how we can apply this very well exemplified fruit to our daily lives.
God is faithful and calls us to be faithful, but it doesn’t have to be in the big things or the world-changing glamorous things. God calls us to be faithful even in the little things.
Some movies have heroes that give great examples of what it looks like to fight for and defend what is good, but the Bible gives us an ultimate example of goodness by looking at the character of God. Join us as we explore God’s example of ultimate goodness and how we as Christians are called toward goodness.
God gave us the ultimate example of kindness and then calls us to show kindness to others. What does it look like to show kindness and who are we supposed to be showing kindness to? What does God’s Word say to us about what this kindness looks like and are we putting it into practice?
Patience…it’s something we all need more of, don’t we? One of the most terrible four letter words for us is spelled W-A-I-T. If Patience is part of the Fruit of the Spirit, how do we as Christians become more patient?
All of us worry and some of us get stressed out to such a degree that it paralyzes us from doing anything at all. Yet, God promises His Peace in the midst of our worries and anxieties.
The Bible talks a lot about joy. But really, what is joy? We often think of it as being happy, but joy is so much more than that! As Christians, how do we find joy in both the good situations and the hard situations?
Love is the first fruit (character quality) that Paul mentions in the list of the fruit of the Spirit. This signifies love’s priority over the other fruit listed after it. But why is love at the top of the list? And what exactly is love anyway?
For many years it seems that conservative churches have ignored or minimized the Person and work of the Holy Spirit. We begin our summer series on “The Fruit of the Spirit” by looking more closely about what it means to “Walk by the Spirit.”
Life is hard and it seems, when you become a Christian, it gets harder. When life gets difficult and complicated, what is it about our Gospel identity that can make us an overcomer instead of a victim?
What would you do if you received a large inheritance from a relative? Did you know that God speaks of an inheritance? What would He have us do with it?
The Bible has some pretty special mysteries; one of them is found in Ephesians 1:9-10 – The mystery of His will. What is this mystery, why did God reveal this mystery, and what does it mean for us in 2019?
Often in the church we talk about being redeemed and set free by Christ but what does that freedom exactly look like? How come in our daily lives it often doesn’t seem like we actually are free?
What does it means to be adopted by God and what does that mean to us? This Sunday we will unpack all of this, and learn why it is so important to God as we continue to explore our Gospel Identity.
Do you remember, at school, when two captains were picked and they took turns choosing who was on their team? Do you remember when you were picked and why? What does God have to say about who you are?