Pastor James St. John reflects on the unfailing Love, described for us in 1 Corinthians 13, as he finishes our series, “Love is a Wonderful Thing.”
Pastor James St. John continues our journey through 1 Corinthians 13, speaking to the issue of love without hypocrisy. He shares three hindrances to Christlike love: being easily angered or provoked, being easily offended and rejoicing in injustice. He calls to remembrance our need to abide in the Truth and realize the joy and freedom
Pastor James St. John, continuing our series, “Love is a Wonderful Thing,” settles into some of the “negatives” of what Paul has to say about love. “They are warning against hypocrisy,” he says, encouraging us to allow genuine love to define our transformed life in Christ.
Pastor James St. John speaks to the issue of love-killing envy, as he continues our series, “Love Is A Wonderful Thing,” from 1 Corinthians 13. Envy kills. It caused Cain to kill Abel. It caused Sarah to despise and send away Hagar. It causes us to lose sight of God’s blessing, even despising them, hindering
Pastor James St. John continues his series, “Love is a Wonderful Thing,” examining what it means for love to be kind.
Pastor James St. John begins a new series, Love Is A Wonderful Thing, introducing the biblical emphasis on agape love and examining what it means for Love to be patient.