May 24, 2015
Lessons On Personal Ministry
Ministry is not the responsibility of the professional, or the leader. Ministry is a shared responsibility for all of those in the body of Christ.
This message from Romans 12:3-8 speaks about 4 lessons that we need to learn and put into practice in order to faithfully and fruitfully fulfill our ministry calling.
- May 24, 2015Lessons On Personal MinistryMay 24, 2015Lessons On Personal MinistrySeries: (All)Ministry is not the responsibility of the professional, or the leader. Ministry is a shared responsibility for all of those in the body of Christ.This message from Romans 12:3-8 speaks about 4 lessons that we need to learn and put into practice in order to faithfully and fruitfully fulfill our ministry calling.
- May 17, 2015Making A Difference Through Church PlantingMay 17, 2015Making A Difference Through Church PlantingChuck Richardson, the Director of Operations for Ignite Churchplanting, shared the difference that FCC is making in the lives of people by partnering to plant churches in the greater Chicagoland area.All of us make a difference, whether it be in great actions or in small. We are all called to participate in making a difference in the different ways that God has enabled us.
- May 10, 2015Making A Difference Through Southside Pregnancy CenterMay 10, 2015Making A Difference Through Southside Pregnancy CenterThe Faith Promise representative from Southside Pregnancy Center shared how FCC is making a difference through our support of the organization.
- Young lives are rescued from abortion.
- Young mothers are saved from guilt.
- May 3, 2015Advancing The Kingdom to The WorldMay 3, 2015Advancing The Kingdom to The World
- Apr 26, 2015ProcessApr 26, 2015ProcessSeries: A Book That Makes A DifferenceThe Bible accomplishes its purpose of leading us to Jesus and equipping us for everything we will face as God's children through four activities that God's Word can accomplish: teaching (instruction in proper beliefs), rebuking (clearing up erroneous beliefs), correcting (pointing out misbehavior), and training in righteousness (instruction in right living).The message includes a cursory reading in 1 Corinthians 6, 8, 11 that provides an example of how the Biblical author weaves these uses of Scripture together to equip us, and show us the relationship between what we believe and how we live.
- Apr 12, 2015PowerApr 12, 2015PowerSeries: A Book That Makes A DifferenceScripture is the Word of God, and as such, it speaks to us with the full authority and power of God himself.God Word is inspired in that He, through the work of the Holy Spirit, guided human authors to write His timeless truth.
- Apr 5, 2015Zombies, Zonks and Magic Acts: Why The Easter Message MattersApr 5, 2015Zombies, Zonks and Magic Acts: Why The Easter Message MattersSeries: EasterThe Resurrection is not just another theological tenet of Christianity. It is what holds Christian theology together, and as such it matters in what we believe and how we live.This message considers 5 contrasts that Paul offers between life without the resurrection, and how the resurrection changes everything.
- Mar 22, 2015Sharing Your Sustaining StoryMar 22, 2015Sharing Your Sustaining StorySeries: StoriesWe all love a good story, and since God has written us into His story, we all have a story to tell.But we have more than one story to tell. Along with our Salvation Stories, we have Sustaining Stories of events that God has brought us through that give us an opportunity to learn to trust Him.
- Mar 15, 2015Sharing Your Salvation Story
- Mar 8, 2015Who Is Jesus? And Why Does It Matter?Mar 8, 2015Who Is Jesus? And Why Does It Matter?We may pass the test of confession, morality and sacrificial love, but the most important test to define a believer is "Who is Jesus?" Answering that quesetion correctly is a matter of eternal life. John is very clear that Jesus is the Christ, fully divine, yet fully human. However, this test question is not just answered intellectually, it is answered by how we live.
- Mar 1, 2015That’s the Spirit!
- Feb 22, 2015Getting Away With MurderFeb 22, 2015Getting Away With MurderBy: Gincy HartinGod’s character is loving, so the character of his children ought to be loving. But love is not something just spoken of, it is something acted out – first by God, and then by his children. Failure to love is just as harmful as taking the person’s life.