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Corinth Pt.10 - The Question of Divorce
1 Corinthians 7:10-16 • November 18, 2018 • Pastor Armin Sommer
We’re wrapping up our series in Corinthians with a discussion on divorce because Paul is answering several questions the Church had written to him about. There was apparently a revolving door of marriages in that congregation where people had divorced their spouses for every and any reason and remarried. So they had questions like: "On what grounds can I divorce my spouse?" "What if my spouse is not a Christian?" "Or what if they leave me because I became a Christian, should I divorce them then? Can I get remarried?" "If I was inappropriately divorced and have remarried, should I end this marriage and go to back to my first spouse?" These are questions that are still being asked today!
Corinth Pt 9 - Let's Talk About Sex
I Corinthians 7: 1-9 • November 11, 2018 • Pastor Armin Sommer
How comfortable are you with talking about sex in church and in mixed company? The apostle Paul wrote this first letter to Corinthian believers in response to problems he had heard about, and also in response to questions they had forwarded to him. Sex is one of those topics many of us feel squeamish about. But the Bible has something to say about it, to the Corinthians, and to us today
Corinth Pt.7 - Avoid Courtroom Drama
1 Corinthians 6 • October 28, 2018 • Pastor Segun "Shegz" Aiyegbusi
Among the many issues plaguing the Church in Corinth, apparently, some of its members had begun to bring lawsuits against one another and take each other to court, AND IT GOT UGLY! So, what happens when a fellow Christian you did business with doesn’t go a good job? What happens when a fellow believer don’t follow through on what they promised, don’t complete the work or you don’t get paid for what you did? How should Christians respond?
Corinth Pt.6 - Cut It Out
1 Corinthians 5:1-13 • October 21, 2018 • Pastor Segun "Shegz" Aiyegbusi
Is there ever a time when a Church needs to boldly and publicly confront sin within its own body? Where does LOVE factor in? And, why can’t we just let people be who they are and do what they want to do? Find out in today's tough message on Church discipline.
Corinth Pt.1 - The God Who Never Gives Up
1 Corinthians 1:1-9 • September 16, 2018 • Pastor Armin Sommer
The church in Corinth was a tough place to minister. There were bickering, selfishness, unresolved conflicts between believers, and a rampant ignorance of some of the most basic teachings of Christianity. In light of the stern tone the letter will take, Paul the pastor starts by helping them understand the status of their relationship with Christ, lest they become dismayed to the point of complete abandoment of their faith because they think God has rejected them.