David denHartog continues the Together series by asking the question: Why? Why are community groups important? Using I Corinthians 12:14-27, he makes two important points, answering the question: Why? Additional Scripture References: Acts 2:42; I Thessalonians 5:11; Romans 15:14; Romans 12:10-13 Recommended Reading: Come and See, by Todd Wagner
The mission of CBC is to make disciples, from Matthew 28:18-20. How do we get there? Acts 2:42 lists four elements of the early church that are vital to our becoming mature believers. David denHartog explains each briefly, but focuses on the aspect of fellowship. If you neglect fellowship, it will stunt your growth. What is […]
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?
David denHartog completes the Forever Young series from I Corinthians 15. In verses 50-58, Paul seeks to motivate us and show us the means that enables us, before he gives us the bottom line. Why does the resurrection make a difference?
Dean Elliott continues teaching from I Corinthians 15, in the third of the Forever Young series. We will be given another physical body after we die. Paul gives the Corinthians two reasons for why this is true. One, which he discussed last week, it was theologically necessary. The other, Dean teaches about this week.
Dean Elliott continues teaching from I Corinthians 15:20-34 about death and the importance of the resurrection – to awaken us to our destiny. Paul is answering the Corinthians question of “How do you say there is no resurrection?”
Over the past year, we have been studying in First Corinthians which deals with issues in the church. Chapter 15 is a phenomenal chapter on the resurrection of Jesus Christ, and our resurrection with Him. Will the resurrection from the dead actually happen? David denHartog explains how Paul gives evidence that is beyond reasonable doubt. […]
David denHartog teaches from I Corinthians 14 and explains the difference between the spiritual gifts of prophecy and speaking in tongues. We all come to church with deep needs. God uses others in the church to meet those needs, through spiritual gifts.
David denHartog begins with a question: What do you think of when you hear “church?” The church exists to make disciples – to become disciples and to make disciples. In other words, to build up the church. In I Corinthians 14, Paul gives three factors that are necessary for building up the people within the […]
Dean Elliott teaches from I Corinthians 13, explaining it within its context. God’s DNA is love, and this is what love looks like. It is better than any Spiritual gift. Dean also explains last week’s sermon title, “Fingerprints.” When the Holy Spirit picks you up, by the gifts of the Spirit, and carries you away, he […]