We are a church that is saying goodbye with much more frequency. To some good brothers and sisters. It’s never easy. Especially when you are seeing godly people in your life go. Some of us are better at goodbyes than others. Some are quick to say goodbye. Rip off the Band-Aid. Fare thee well. That’s life.
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On the weekend of August 17 & 18, we’ll start our fall sermon series: Recovering Redemption. This series will walk through themes and passages from our Recovery Groups ministry and focus on the need to recover a right understanding and application of the gospel.
In the next few weeks, we will begin a new sermon series titled Recovering Redemption. The hope of this series is simple: We want people to consider anew the light of the gospel against the dark backdrop of the frail and fallen human heart. After all, one of the themes we’ll continually touch on is that the heart of the problem is the problem of the heart. Throughout this season, we want to ...
Jesus in his life, death and resurrection has turned the world upside down, beginning the work of relieving the disastrous effects of depravity and righting the injustices caused by the fall. Jesus was clear with his disciples that the mission of the church was to make disciples (Matt. 28:19) and in doing so implement the gospel in all its glorious facets.
For the next several months, we, The Village Church, will dive deep into our hearts—a frightening proposition for many men. What is this mysterious beating orb at my core that supposedly contains all my hopes, dreams, fears and failures? Is the heart of the problem truly a problem of the heart, and if so, how do I get to the bottom of it to make repairs? Will I have to talk for hours on end ...
Heaven is counting on you / Run with a heart that is true / Carry the cross, reaching the lost / Heaven is counting on you.
In my previous post, I addressed three lies that American Christians commonly believe about the state of the world, the way we discern the will of God and the way we share the gospel.
Corporate singing on Sunday can easily turn into a spectator experience when people don't understand their role in the church body. We create worship together. It is a shared experience between our body and our Lord.