What is Church? Part 2: Apostles Teaching

This morning we looked at one of the first descriptions of the first century church: they were devoted to the apostles’ teaching. Why was this fledgling group of fishermen, tax collectors and tent-makers along with the new believers added to their number so committed to the apostles’ teaching? To clear up confusion about the basics, to help them make wise decisions, and to slowly but surely mature them in their faith. The same is true for us. If we’re going to grow as followers of Jesus, we must be devoted to growing in the knowledge and application of the scriptures.


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The Lord is My Shepherd

What does it mean for the Lord to be our Shepherd? According to David in Psalm 23, it means that we shall never be in want of anything. We will be made to slow down, quiet down, and sit down. Our souls will be restored and whole, like they were designed to be from the beginning. We shall not fear evil or death – no matter what we’re facing. Many of us know the Psalm… Let’s make sure we know the Shepherd.

What is Church? Part 3: Fellowship

The Christian life is meant to be full of fellowship… of sharing with and sharpening one another. The first-century church knew that and practiced it every day. If we do what they did, would God do what He did among us?


In Mark 8:34-35, Jesus gives clear instructions as to what will be required for anyone who wants to follow Him and be one of His disciples. Learn what it means to deny yourself and take up your cross in the daily flow of life in our modern day world.