If there is a fruit of the Spirit that is in direct conflict with our culture today it's gentleness. We abhor gentleness as a culture because we link gentle with weak. And no one wants to be weak. But, not only are we called to gentleness, we know that Jesus himself was lowly and gentle in spirit (Matthew 11:29). How can we reconcile these two? Join us this week either in person or online as we discover how to to have "A Gentle Spirit."
Throughout the Bible, we read about God's great faithfulness to an unfaithful people. In fact, the gospel message is that there is hope based on God's faithfulness not our own. And yet, Paul tells us in Galatians that we are to be faithful as we walk with the Spirit. So, how do we as a Christian bear that fruit of faithfulness? Hope you can join us in person or via our livestream this Sunday at 10 am as we discuss how we can say "Great Is MY Faithfulness" and find out!
Last week in the message I shared that the further down the list of the Spiritual Fruit we go, the more we find them harder to bear. Such is the case this week. If there are a couple of things that are in short supply in our culture today, it's kindness and goodness. So, how do we as a Christian bear that fruit? Hope you can join us in person or via our livestream this Sunday at 10 am as we discuss how to "We Need A Little Kindness" and find out!
I recently saw a picture of a large motorhome pulling a small car behind it. The car had a sign in the window that said, "Be patient, I'm pushing as fast as I can." All kidding aside, our culture is becoming increasingly impatient. Why is patience such a virtue for the Christian? Hope you can join us in person or via our livestream this Sunday at 10 am as we discuss how to "Have A Little Patience" and find out!