Rank #1: 2 Samuel 21: Do I have your attention? (Facing the giants...again)
Ann Holford speaks on 2 Samuel 21: This chapter contains 2 snapshots: the same God. God is just: He sometimes uses a hard circumstance to get your attention, to move you to action. And God is a God of loyal love: Sometimes we face the same giants, battle the same enemy again and again. We get weary. God will bring help alongside you in your battles.
Rank #2: 2 Samuel 19:8-20:26 - Faithfulness Through Discipline
In 2 Samuel 19:8b-20:26 we see how David's return prompts his mercy toward others, but division still remains. From this passage we learn that even in discipline, God is faithful to restore, forgive, and protect.
Rank #3: 2 Samuel 19:8-20:26
Rank #4: 1 Corinthians 11: Surrendered to God's Design
Believers beautifully reflect Christ when we are surrender to God's design in both self-reflection and submission.
Rank #5: The Truth is God's Design is Best
Rank #6: Recharge 2019
Rank #7: 1 Corinthians 8: Relinquish
Rank #8: Immanuel: God Is With Us!
Rank #9: 1 Corinthians 7: Contentment
Paul challenges us in every relationship status we might find ourselves to “remain” and be content in whatever circumstance the Lord has us.
Rank #10: 1 Corinthians 7: Live as you were called...
Paul by God's inspiration gives instructions for horizontal relationships where the Corinthians' beliefs needed correction. Paul emphasizes that their vertical relationship, being called by Christ, is their most important relationship. The lesson challenges us to heed our calling by being focused, faithful followers of Christ whether we are married, single, divorced, or widowed.
Rank #11: 1 Corinthians 6: Everybody's Doing It!
1 Corinthians 6 teaches us that as believers we are called to be different from the world. Everybody may be doing it, but we aren’t everybody! Our beliefs should affect our behavior.
Rank #12: Lesson 6: 1 Corinthians
Rank #13: Lesson 7: Contentment Comes From Walking Faithfully Where You Are (Plano)
Rank #14: 1 Corinthians 3 - Grow Up and Do Good Work for God
Because of our sin and worldliness, modern Christians often look just like unbelievers. Today, Paul challenges us in 1 Corinthians 3 to grow up, eat solid food, and do the good work we are called to do as Christ-followers. But as we live out the Christian life, are we working toward the right goal with the right motivation? Paul reminds us that salvation lies only in Christ, but our good works for God will earn eternal rewards.
Rank #15: Wisdom from God
The wisdom of the world, though so attractive to both the eyes of the Corinthians and even our eyes today, is no match for the wisdom of God. Today we dive in together to learn about the truth of the cross and what Jesus’ sacrifice meant for us. God used the foolish things of the world to shame the wise, and to change our lives forever.
Rank #16: Wisdom vs. Foolishness (1 Corinthians 1:18-2:5)
We all too often look to the world for wisdom, which is foolishness! The true source of wisdom is God, the Gospel, and His Word.
Rank #17: Lesson 2 -1 Corinthians 1:1-17
The timeless and significant truth of 1 Corinthians 1:1-7 is that Christ followers are called to be holy, in fellowship with God, and in unity with other believers. We have been set apart and equipped by God to work things out in love.
Rank #18: Lesson 4: Stand Out Leadership
Rank #19: Making a Mess a Message for Christ
In 1 Corinthians 1:1-17 Paul addresses the problem of divisions in the Corinthian church. What can we learn from him to help us know how to handle problems in the church? How can we be sure we are not creating divisions but unity in the local and universal church?
Rank #20: Alignment
The young church in Corinth was struggling to live what they believed In a culture obsessed by sex, money, and power. This talk will show you how studying the same issues and questions they encountered will help ground our beliefs so that what we believe lines up with how we behave.