What the Girl in the Tank Said
July 17, 2016 - What the Girl in the Tank Said
July 17, 2016 • Rev. Dr. Gerrit Dawson
September 3, 2023 • Pastor Adraine White • Ephesians 4:23, Ephesians 4:16, Ephesians 4:1–6
We can clearly see that God has called us to unity. He is more concerned about the unity of the Spirit than he is about the unity of our races or even the unity of our politics. There is a unity that the spirit is capable of producing that will bring us together, if we will allow him. We are different and it's NOT a mistake nor is it a curse, it's by God's design. Our job is to embrace the differences, forbear one another & come together so we can see what wonderful things we can accomplish when we do.
God Is the Strength of My Heart
August 6, 2023 • Gerrit Dawson • Psalm 73:1–5, Psalm 73:13–26
These days, a powerful idea gets marketed to us from all sides. It’s the dream that I can hold my whole life in my hands and get everything arranged according to my truest self. I can live my dreams. I can express my truest self, and everyone will recognize it and give me space and I will be fulfilled in myself. I don’t need God or anyone if I can just grasp myself, and then be myself. I can do it, if I believe enough in myself and work hard enough and carve out my space. #strength #powerofgod #sermon #worship #firstpresbyterianbr #creator
The Open Secret to Growing in Christ
July 30, 2023 • Rev. Alec Flynt • Hebrews 10:19–25
It is the ethos of modern Christianity to not meet together regularly. Modern Christianity is something to which you attach your name, but not something to which you give yourself. Be committed to the habit, the culture, the ethos of a church that gathers together and is in it together. Meeting together for mutual encouragement, as simple as it sounds, is a radical, counter-cultural practice in our day, that will spur you toward Jesus.