In this message we’re going to discover God as the creator of sex and look at the importance of context in defining Biblical morality.
Family Sunday Live is an time for our congregation to ask questions about practicing Christianity. Each month on the first Sunday Pastor Brad answers questions from our congregation live.
What does God’s refining process look like? Sara Stinson shares how God refines His people in this special sermon entitled, “Refined by the Fire”.
Who are you supposed to be? What do you believe about yourself? Do you see yourself in a good light or do are you your own worst critic? This Mother’s Day, Colleen Stroetz takes us on a journey beyond the things that we often think are our identity in order to help us understand that our identity was created by God.
On the first Sunday of the month we have what we call Family Sunday at LifeSong Church. We do things a little differently and something that we added this month is what we call Family Sunday Live. Instead of a sermon the congregation gets to ask questions to Pastor Brad and he answers them live and unscripted.
Before we talk about the Christian Family, we’re going to look at what happens in the Christian Home. We are going to unpack how to have a home where Christ is welcomed and where He has access in our lives. We believe that in order to have a family that loves Jesus that we must first set the right tone in our homes.
How should a Christian treat their enemies? It’s easy to love and even like those we get along with, but what about those we struggle to understand or those who have even hurt us? I am convinced that you can tell a lot about a person by how they treat their enemies. We’re going to look at what the Bible says.
In this Palm Sunday sermon we are going to take a look at how a village, a tree, and a donkey foreshadow the finished work of Jesus Christ. We are going to take a deeper look into some of the foreshadowing that occurs in the story as we find out that simple details often shed light on spiritual truths.
Listen as Maury Brenneman teaches us about “The Serious Need to Engage the Community With Christ”.