In October we're wrapping up 2 Corinthians, where Paul urges the church to pay no mind to boastful false teachers but to find our identity and security in God's strength in our weakness. He also challenges Christians to examine ourselves: are we in the faith? Are we walking with God the way He calls us to walk with him, or by our own self-defined standard? Thanks for joining us––we hope to see you soon!
When you look back on your legacy, how will you explain it to others? Most people focus on the highlights, our mountaintop experiences, and our best stories that reveal how much we made the world a better place. Enter Paul: he downplays his experiences and shares freely the hardships he endured to make much of God's power in his weakness. Join us in 2 Corinthians 11:31 through 12:10 this Sunday to embrace how God perfects His power in our weakness.
You can download a PDF with space for sermon notes and a guide for A Week in the Word by clicking here.
We usually post our services here on Monday morning, but if you're here and it isn't, just follow this link to watch our service online. Thanks for joining us!
Also, thanks to everyone who has supported our church financially as we offer the good news of Jesus to our community and beyond. If you'd like to give online to Carney Free, you can do so on this page.
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When someone brags, they show where they find their own security and identity: their possessions, their accomplishments, their status. It would be completely foolish for Christians to boast in ourselves! Rather, if we brag, we set out our own weakness--the opposite of this world. Join us in 2 Corinthians 11:16-30 as Paul shows the foolishness of bragging in this world.
A PDF with space for sermon notes and with meditations for A Week in the Word are available right here. Please download it and follow along!
We're sorry to report that we had some audio issues with our online service this week (we made a fix so that we could display song lyrics again, but what we reinstalled goofed up the audio), but if you'd like to watch as much as you can from our service, you can do so below:
Also, many thanks to all who give so that we can continue to minister to our community and around the world. If you'd like to give online, you can start on this page.