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This very special message celebrates Reunion Sunday, when we invite people who have been part of Community Christian Church over the years to come back for to visit us and one another.
This is the second message in the Daring Faith series.
This is the first in the new Daring Faith series.
The final message in the “Can You Relate? Building Healthy Relationships with Friends and Family” series, this is part 2 of 2 in which we discuss in depth the final step to take in order to become a peacemaker.
We continue our series this week all about relationships. In this lesson, we learn that conflict is inevitable, and as Christians we have the responsbility to be peacemakers. Part 1 of 2, we discuss in depth the first two steps to take in order to become a peacemaker – Prepare and Meet – by using the books of James, Matthew, and Ephesians.
We continue our series this week all about relationships. In this lesson, we learn that we have lots of different types of relationships. And we examine them through the lens loyalty, and the different ways this commitment is manifested in healthy relationships.
We start a new series this week all about relationships. Although they are hard to do well, we learn how healthy relationships are critical to having a healthy life (physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually). And despite the fact we are flawed, we are called to – and able to – have healthy relationships with both God and others.
Easter is a special time of year to remind everyone that we are welcome home into God’s family. In this message, we look at why Jesus came to earth, who Jesus came for, and different ways for how we can respond. Luke 19:1-10 tells us that Jesus came to seek and rescue lost people, while Matthew 9:9-13 tells us that Jesus came for everyone – especially imperfect, damaged, and unreligious people. And our response can be hostile, shallow enthusiasm, apathy,…
In this series, we tackle the controversial topic of what exactly the Bible says about God, Sex, and Marriage. This week, we further discuss how marriage means two becoming one, and thinking of marriage as a covenant, not a contract. Ephesians 5:21 and Philippians 2:1-8 tell us that marriage is the making of one out of two through self-denial, service, accountability, and forgiveness. And it is this type of transformative relationship that shows us marriage should not be thought of…
In this series, we tackle the controversial topic of what exactly the Bible says about God, Sex, and Marriage. This week, we further discuss what it means to be created, integrated sexual beings, and how that relates to being married and single. Genesis 1:27-28 tells us that being a “sexed creation”, or not sexless, is a good thing, and by having cross-gendered relationships (whether as a friendship or as a unique, selective romantic relationship), we deeply enrich our lives with…