We invite you to turn with us to 1st Timothy and listen as Pastor Grant completes his message, “Three Essentials of a Biblical Church.”
Pastor Brian Grant begins a new series on “Doing Church God’s Way.” So listen with us as Pastor Grant brings the first part of his initial message in this new series entitled, “Three Essentials of a Biblical Church.”
In this second part of his message, Pastor Grant begins by giving, from Scripture, the reason God has structured His Church a certain way.
Pastor Brian Grant looks at some tough subjects in the 3rd chapter of 1st Timothy. Here we find the model for governance in the local church of God’s people.
Dr. Thomas finishes his message, drawing from the text four assignments the church is charged with fulfilling in order to be doing things God’s way.
Dr. Raphael Thomas draws from Paul’s first letter to Timothy, four things that must faithfully be done if the church is to fulfill its biblical mission.
This world has rejected God’s Word in so many ways, including the matter of finances. Listen with us as Pastor Grant brings to a conclusion his message, listing three biblical life principles, taken from the text of 1st Timothy 6, that can defeat the world’s mistaken ideas about money and wealth, and enable the Believer to enjoy the peace of handling money God’s way.
“Money makes the world go round.” Maybe you’ve heard that expression. No doubt, money is important. But with many false ideas about money and wealth infecting even the Christian Church, in his message this evening, Pastor Brian Grant will bring the balance of Scripture into the conversation.
Pastor George Peters emphasized, from the evidence of scripture, how it is that doing church God’s way is the only way: it must inform our every decision and our every action as God’s People work together in community.
Pastor George Peters emphasizes, from the evidence of scripture, how it is that doing Church God’s way is the only way; it must inform our every decision and our every action as God’s people work together in community.