The Thursday morning Bible study will resume on September 14 at 9:30 a.m. in the Bailey Room. Pat Davis will be leading the study. We will finish Friends of Jesus and decide on a new study. Please join us!
This service is based on “Experiencing God,” “Knowing and Doing the Will of God” by Henry T. Blackaby and Claude V. King. View Past Weeks’ Slides: Week 1 (Jun 7) Week 2 (Jun 14) Week 3 (Jun 21) Week 4 (Jun 28) Week 5 (Jul 5) Week 6 (Jul 12) Week 7 (Jul 19) Week […]
Beginning today throughout the end of December this year, I am going to do expository preaching. What is expository preaching? Expository preaching involves the exposition, or comprehensive explanation of the Scripture. Expository preaching presents the meaning and intent of a biblical text, providing commentary and examples to make the passage clear and understandable. The word exposition is related to the word expose. My goal as an expository preacher is to expose the meaning of the Bible, verse by verse so that you can relate them into your own personal and community contexts. In the past, I’ve preached from the Letter of 1 John and Phillippians. I’ve also preached from the Book of Jonah. This time, I’ve chosen The First Letter from Peter. I thank God for guiding me to do this. I also thank you for giving me this opportunity to expose God’s words in such deep and relevant ways to our lives. It is my prayer that God will help me to understand His Words and transform my heart so that I can truly preach God’s Words that I practice in my own life. I also pray for you to listen to my sermons with open minds and let God transform your hearts and life through his Words. This morning, I’m going to expose First Peter 1:1-2.