Kemper closes out the "Nurture" series by looking at how relationships are modeled by the Trinity, and how Father, Son Holy Spirit is a picture of Husband, Wife, Child in a family dynamic.
How can we nurture our relationships? What if we looked at our whole life like a giant improv comedy sketch? How can we get along with people and even repair relationships that are struggling? Frank has some ideas.
It’s scary to be a mom. Everything about bringing a child into the world is this delicate balance of terror, pain and unbelievable joy. A look at Motherhood through the lens of God’s Word and find some things that He wants us to think about this morning concerning honoring our moms and nurturing our loved ones. No mom is perfect, but sometimes you can do better—other times you can’t and that’s why there’s forgiveness in Jesus.
When we’re asleep, we don’t know we’re asleep. What would it take to wake us up from the lies and illusions that we’re so desperately holding on to? To overthrow the tyranny that we are born into as slaves, hypnotized by presuppositions and distractions. Today we’re gonna look at how Jesus recruited one of the nastiest self-righteous anti-Christians to become the second most influential man in the world.
James, the brother of the Lord, was the leader of the early church. The road from unbelief to believe must have been an interesting one. This is a message about forgiveness—the heart of the Gospel.