1 Corinthians 8:1-9:10

We’ve heard it many times: “We all have rights”. While in the United States of America this is a political hot button today, it seems to have been an issue within the Corinthian church as well. As believers, we are called to sometimes give up our rights for the sake of the Gospel. While we believe that we all share great freedoms in Christ, there are lots of times that out of deference for our newer-believing friends (or just for the sake of keeping a strong witness to our own following of Jesus), we need to set aside our rights (and freedoms) to make sure the Gospel message is clear to them. Do you struggle in this area? Do you have questions? We’d love to hear from you.

If you would like to talk more about how your story and the Gospel connect, we would love to hear from you. If you have questions, please feel free to ask them here.


The Life of Shedrick Henderson

Today we got to hear the powerful story of “Big Tex” (Shedrick Henderson). “Tex” got to a very low point in his life and at just the right moment, Jesus used the community of folks around him to step in and bring comfort, truth and peace – ultimately avoiding tragedy. The reality is, lots of folks find themselves in situations similar to “Tex”. As a body of believers, we are called to step in (just like his brother did), to bring truth, peace and comfort. Check out his story below.

Where's 1 Corinthians Chapter 7?

Don’t worry! We didn’t skip Chapter 7 entirely. We recently completed our “MADE” series where we talked at length about male and female roles and the responsibilities within marriage. We’ve made those video and audio sermons available “In this Series” below, but you can also check out the video teachings below.

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