The Apostle Paul knew a thing or two about shipwrecks and no doubt was drawing upon his experience when equating a shipwreck with a faith that has deviated. Today we explore the elements of parallel and how to avoid shipwrecking our own faith.
God has given us his word by the inspiration of his Holy Spirit. This has serious implications for the life of the believer and the life of God’s church. Join us as we explore some of the implications.
A second theological foundation in our study of 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus is God’s goodness. This week pastor Hamilton reflects on how the apostle Paul build a foundation of how we ought to conduct ourselves using God’s goodness as a primary component.
In 1 Timothy 3:15 Paul writes to the pastor of the church at Emphasis, Timothy, and tells him that the church is the “pillar and foundation of truth.” Join us as we unpack and explain this idea as we move forward into a study of the pastoral epistles of 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus.
Jesus, having all authority in heaven and earth, has deputized his followers to help each other follow and honor him. This is known as the making of disciples. This morning we explore how God has equipped us with the tools we need to accomplish his mission.
Before we can talk about the last familiar words of Jesus to “Go and make disciples” we need to grasp the authority by which Jesus spoke these words. This morning we seek to grow in our understanding the authority of Jesus and it’s impact on our lives.