Rooted Spiritual Fruit in a Divided World: Peace & Patience
By Pastor Bill Flavin| Scripture: Romans 5:1-11

This week will continue the series Rooted: Spiritual Fruit in a Divided World, focusing on peace and patience. The key scripture passage is Romans 5:1-11.

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Sunday July 14:  Philippians 1:1-11 “Faith is a Journey not a Destination”

Sunday July 14: Philippians 1:1-11 “Faith is a Journey not a Destination”

In much of our lives, we rush to finish projects, get a promotion, or reach the next something. That same mentality can leak into our faith if we are not careful. In Philippians 1 we are reminded that God is up to something in each of us, and that faith is a process of being formed by God, not a destination or project to reach.

Sunday July 7:  “Being with God” 2 Corinthians 3:12-18

Sunday July 7: “Being with God” 2 Corinthians 3:12-18

One of the unique things about how Jesus teaches his disciples to pray in what is commonly known as the Lord’s prayer is calling God our Father.  This title implies closeness, relationship, connection, and approachability. Like any relationship, part of growing closer together is time with one another.  In 2 Corinthians, we are reminded that because of Jesus’ death on the cross, we are invited to enjoy and take time to be with God, with no agenda, simply to enjoy each other’s presence, but again what does that mean or look like?

Sunday June 30:  “Listening to God” John 10:2-6: Deuteronomy 6

Sunday June 30: “Listening to God” John 10:2-6: Deuteronomy 6

In prayer we talk to God, and with God. Like any healthy relationship, it is also important to listen.  A common desire is to hear guidance from God.  How to handle a decision, how to navigate a tough circumstance, and at the root of hearing from God is, well, listening. So what does listening to God look like?