Archive for February, 2010

Basic Discipline #4: How Do I Give? (Part 1)

Sunday, February 28th, 2010

We’ve looked at why to give, and what to give. Now we begin looking at HOW to give. We examine the first five characteristics of Biblical giving.

Why Live for God?: Future Rewards for Faithful Followers (Part 2)

Sunday, February 28th, 2010

Why would people suffer torture, not accepting deliverance? To obtain a better resurrection! Just what does that mean? We look at 9 observations about rewards that make serving God worth dying for.

Basic Discipline #4: What Do I Give? EVERYTHING!

Sunday, February 21st, 2010

A check in the offering plate is a far cry from what the Bible teaches about our privilege and obligation to give. Since God has given us everything, everything we have belongs to God and is to be used to honor Him. In this study, we look at 6 areas in which we are to give to God and for God.

Why Live for God?: Future Rewards for Faithful Followers (Part 1)

Sunday, February 21st, 2010

God not only commands us to become disciples (learners and followers) of Jesus, but He also encourages us to do so by promising future rewards. These rewards include at least 3 crowns that we can earn (with the accompanying enablement that God gives).

Basic Discipline #4: Why Give? Because God Gives!

Sunday, February 21st, 2010

Most people approach giving as a personal choice based upon personal reasons. The Bible clearly indicates that we are to be givers because God is a giver. We look at 8 different realms of God’s giving that encompass everything that we have.

Just What Is a Disciple? (according to Matthew’s Gospel)

Sunday, February 21st, 2010

We look at 12 terms in Matthew that describe what a disciple is and is to become.

Basic Discipline #4: Giving Is GODLY

Sunday, February 21st, 2010

We introduce our 4th discipline in our Basic Disciplines for Believers series, Generous Giving, by looking at Jesus Himself, the Greatest Giver.

The Process of Discipleship (Matthew 28:18-20)

Sunday, February 21st, 2010

Most of us have heard many sermons on the Great Commission, and they are usually directed toward the one doing the discipling. This study instead looks at this 3-step process from the view of the one beingĀ discipled.