Sermon Series Archive Isn't She Beautiful
The Bride At Her Best
We’re going out with a bang this week, as we wrap up our “Isn’t She Beautiful” series! In a clear and straightforward reminder of who God has called us to be as the church, Pastor Josh Scott asks us to consider who we should be reaching out to. Christ came to save all, no matter what “label” any one of us may wear. God is so much bigger than the pretty picture that we like to paint of Him. The Bride can be found at her best when She is loving people in the way that Her groom loves them; compassionately and unconditionally.
Tensions of Married Life
We’re in the third week of our “Isn’t She Beautiful” series with a message of legalism. Pastor Josh Scott explains how we’re neither called to mindless obedience, or blind devotion, but to a calling of holiness. Perfection isn’t something that we can attain, but the journey towards that goal is something we must commit to every day. The tension exists in the journey for this unattainable perfection and the grace given for own sinful nature.
Marriage Changes Things
If you’ve ever been in any kind of relationship, whether a marriage, romantic, or just a friendship, you know that there are “complications” from spending time with another person. In the second week of our “Isn’t She Beautiful” series, Pastor Josh Scott shows us how the Bride must work together in community to look her best. We can function so much better if we communicate with each other, supplying each others’ needs and making sure that no one is left out.
Here Comes The Bride
As we enter into Week One of our new series “Isn’t She Beautiful,” Pastor Josh Scott covers what scripture says about the church, reminding us of some things that it is not, but defining the Bride of Christ as a people called into community by God. We discover that when the church is at her best, she is beautiful.