The sermon for Sunday, November 11 is called “Everyone is a part” and takes its inspiration from 1 Corinthians 12:12-31. This is the third in our series on Spiritual Gifts. Read this devotional to be more deeply prepared for the sermon. Daily Bible Readings: Monday, November 5. Read 1 Corinthians 6:12-20. 1) What does the
This devotional looks forward to the sermon entitled “United in the Spirit.” The text comes from Ephesians 4:1-13 in which Paul pleads with the Ephesian church to give their full attention to unity in the Spirit. Daily Bible Readings: Monday, November 5. Read Romans 12:1-13. 1) What does Paul say that the object of our
Be thankful in all circumstances for this is God’s will for you who belong to Christ, 1 Thessalonians 5:18.
This week’s devotional prepares for the October 28 sermon, “Living Sacrifices.” The text for the sermon is Romans 12:1-2 and is the third in a four-lesson series on Spiritual Gifts. Daily Bible Reading: Monday, October 22. Read Romans 11:33-12:1. 1) Where does everything have its source, and what is its purpose? 2) What does this
On Sunday, October 28th, the Barnes’ are hosting an afternoon of prayer at their home. If you have a prayer request but are unable to attend, please send an e-mail to Rich. If it’s confidential or unspoken, please put that in the subject line. For those who are able to attend, we will have prayer
A Cell in Christ’s Body is the sermon for October 21. The sermon comes from 1 Peter 4:10-11 and begins a short series on spiritual gifts. This subject was suggested in Small Group several weeks ago as a point of curiosity and confusion by LifeSpringers. Use this week’s devotional as a way to prepare for
Daily Bible Readings: Monday, October 8. Read Ecclesiastes 4:4-6. Monday, October 8. Read Ecclesiastes 4:4-6. 1) This was last week’s sermon text. 2) What does the writer say that motivates people and how does he describe it? 3) What does he say about the value of quietness? Tuesday, October 9. Read Matthew 11:28-30. 1) To
In a recent Table Talk, Amanda Bates made the suggestion that LifeSpring start making an Altar Call of some sort a regular part of our worship life. The idea was warmly received by those discussing it, and I was dispatched to write some guidelines for the AC based on the conversation. We are now going