Essential to the Gospel is the reality that we are called to love one another. John writes in this part of his letter that the evidence of our love (or lack thereof) can be a helpful indicator of whether or not we have true faith in Jesus.
What does it mean that “God is light,” and how does that inform how we are called by God to live?
As we jump into the first four verses of 1 John, we understand a little more about why John wrote this letter and why the incarnation of Jesus mattered so greatly to him (and to us!).
As we wrap up our Advent series, we examine what a New Testament passage has to say about the incarnation of Jesus, and what it means for his kingship over creation.
As a church, why do we value mercy ministries and seeking to transform our city by sharing the Gospel? Is it simply because God tells us to do these things? Or, are we more motivated to reach out to others when we remember how God has reached out to us first in his love and mercy?
As we continue to exam our core values, we look at how God’s love shapes how who we are as community of Believers, and how that affects how we interact with one another.