In this worship gathering, we mark Remembrance Day, and hear a message that helps us understand justice and community in the context of the church. “Community and Justice” is based on Colossians 3.1-17. You can watch the message alone below, or the whole worship gathering below that.
In this worship gathering, we hear a message entitled, “As We Were Meant to Be”, based on 1 John 2.28-3.3, concluding our series on heaven. Now that we know what we know about heaven, what should be our response? That’s what we cover in this message. You can watch the whole worship gathering below, or just the message below that.
Is the God of the Bible a God of love or a God of justice? Yes. And we see that underlined in the oft-ignored book of Nahum, chapter 1. Have a listen below, or click the link at the bottom to watch the Facebook Live feed (no account required).
The prophet Micah calls God’s people to act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with the Lord (Micah 6.8). When I initially prepared to preach this text, on the light of justice, I was going to focus principally on the poor; the tragic events of this past Friday, however, furnished me with a profound illustration of what God’s Word can say to even the most contemporary situations.