Sermon Series: One Another

Throughout the New Testament, Christians are called to attitudes and actions based upon Gospel goals that create lasting and fruitful relationships. In this series we study a number of these "one anothers" so that we might love and build one another up in the Lord.

Pray For One Another

Prayer is absolutely essential to our Christian faith as well as a tremendous opportunity to communicate with our God. In this message we learn what it means to pray for one another and why we often neglect to pray more.

Love One Another

The greatest commandment in the Bible is to love God and to love others. In this message we take a closer look at what it means to love one another by reminding ourselves of the incredible love of Christ.

Serving or Consuming One Another

As Believers we are called to freedom through Jesus Christ. This freedom gives us the opportunity to care for one another. In this message we look at the irony of freedom and how it works out in our choice to either serve or consume one another.

Sacrificing For One Another

What does the Bible mean when it says that followers of Jesus Christ are to offer themselves as living sacrifices? In this message we take a look at what a sacrificial life looks like as it relates to the body of Christ.

Bearing with One Another

Every Christian has the opportunity to care for one another as the Body of Christ. In this message we turn to the book of Ephesians to discover what that means in terms of bearing with one another.

Treat One Another Like Christ

Throughout his earthly life, Jesus treated others with greater concern than himself. He exemplified this selfless attitude in how he loved, showed hospitality and served others. Every believer has directly benefited from his treatment and are called to do the same for...

Provoke One Another

We do not often think about provoking as being a practice that should be fostered in our lives. In this sermon we discover that the Bible calls believers to do exactly that, but not to tear down but to build up.

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