Battle Ready

David denHartog completes the study of First Corinthians, teaching on Chapter 16 and focusing on verses 13-24.  Here, Paul gives a final charge, calling the Corinthians to be battle ready.  How are we to be battle ready?

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Holy Matrimony

David denHartog concludes the mini-series on Sex and Spirituality with this passage in I Corinthians 7:1-7 about the Biblical sexual relationship between husband and wife within a marriage.  It is a difficult subject to teach for many reasons and for many a difficult subject to listen to, but he seeks to give a Biblical perspective on […]

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Is It Too Late To Begin?

All of us have so many regrets in life; so many failures – and with the regret and failure often comes shame. This is most true of the sin that involves sexual morality.  Is it too late to begin?  What is God’s perspective on our sins of the past?  Pastor Dave continues the mini-series “Sex […]

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David denHartog continues the Same Page series, now in I Corinthians 6:9-14.  In our culture, there is a disconnect between sex and spirituality.  We don’t realize that our sexual morality choices have an impact on our connection with God.  In this passage, Paul explains why sex outside of marriage is wrong.  We begin with four negative […]

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For many of us, there have been times after a dispute when we feel like we have gotten the short end of the stick.  This is harder to bear when the other person is a professing Christian.  First Corinthians 6:1-11 gives us 5 principles that should govern the Christian’s actions and they apply in all disputes – the […]

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Why Try?

David denHartog continues teaching about church discipline.  Motivation is huge when it comes to dealing with sin in the church.  We must first judge the sin in our own hearts, then move into one another’s lives.  This takes courage, and motivation from within.  I Corinthians 5:6-13 gives us the reason for moving into the lives […]

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A Church in Sin

David denHartog begins teaching I Corinthians 5 with a confession about an area of his leading in the church.  We live in a culture today characterized by every sin and vice, and where those that claim to be Christians also participate in the same sins and look much like the world around them.  The church […]

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