1 Corinthians 7:17-24 – How do we integrate faith and life more deeply so that the entire work of our lives is seen as service to God? It begins with our calling to submit every aspect of our lives to the glory of Christ. For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
John 21:25 – What does Jesus’ word and work mean for the world? What does it mean for our faith? And what does it mean receive them, believe them, and obey them? For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
John 21:18-24 – How can we glorify God even in our deaths? Only if our lives are lived in sacrificial praise, ardent zeal, and faithful obedience to Christ. For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
John 20:1-31 – Christians celebrate the resurrection of Christ not because in it we are affirmed, but because by it we are transformed – from strangers and separated to one with God, in Christ Jesus our Lord. For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
John 19:38-42 – In life and in death, Jesus was not treated like the King that we know him to be. But his burial treatment by Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus reveal that the Lordship of Christ was about to become obvious to a lot of people. For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
John 19:16b–37 — what can account for the willingness of an innocent man to die for countless sinners? Only a willing, faithful, and perfect obedience will do. For more information, visit Foundationfxbg.com.
The trial of Jesus before his accusers provides a striking contrast to the expedient faith of the disciples. Peter’s denials reveal a commitement to convenience above Christ. How does our own faith stack up?
In order to grow, remain firm, and resist the enemy, Christians need to stick together.
This mornging’s service will be sightly different due to a few volunteers being out this week. We will read, pray, and hear from God’s word, with a congregational song at the end.