Receiving the grace of God transforms into a gift that keeps on giving (a lesson from 2 Corinthians 9).
In it’s original meaning, the Greek word for repentance (metanoia) means to “change one’s mind.” It is the decision to do differently, not the state of being “sorry,” as is so often the case when someone is caught doing something wrong. In this lesson, Mike explores the truth of repentance, and details the difference between Godly sorrow and worldly sorrow.
In this lesson from 2 Corinthians, Mike talks about the relationship that Christians should have with the world.
Rick Burke – 2 Corinthians 6 This week’s lesson is taught by Rick Burke, co-author of Heartwork: How god Can Mend Your Heart and Change Your Story, and pastor of Cedar Point Church in Claremore. Our relationship with Jesus determines has an impact on how we respond to hardship. As Rick points out, hardships don’t…
In 2 Corinthians 5, Paul says that Christ’s love compels us – because we are convinced that Jesus is who he says he is. We become, Paul says, a new creation, transformed in our thinking and our perspective. That said, the real question is, what does that the love of Christ compel us to DO?
This week, Mike preaches from 2 Corinthians 4 in support of the Wednesday night Fall Series.