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One Anothering One Another

September 09 - October 28, 2018

Live in Harmony With One Another

One Anothering One Another • October 28, 2018 • Andy Williams

MAIN POINT: "Living in harmony with one another is more important to God than our religious activities." CHALLENGE QUESTION: "Is there anyone in your life that you are not at peace with? Could you run into that person at the store and not have to avoid them? Have you done everything in your power—as much as it depends on you—to be at peace with that person?" KEY VERSE: "Live in harmony with one another…If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone." – Romans 12:16, 18 (NIV) SCRIPTURE REFERENCES: Romans 12:16-18, John 13:34, Matthew 5:23-24 SERIES DESCRIPTION: Love can be a buzz word in today’s culture. But we all know that actions speak louder than words. Jesus spent a lot of time explaining what loving each other looks like, and then he demonstrated it with His actions. Because of that, He could say with authority “Love one another the way I have first loved you” (John 13). Throughout the New Testament, the writers of Scripture broke down in clear terms what it means to love each other as Jesus first loves us. In a new 8-part series, we dig into how we can apply these different “one another” teachings and learn how to love others intentionally.

Forgive One Another

One Anothering One Another • October 21, 2018 • Jeremy Pietrocini

MAIN POINT: "Forgiveness leads to freedom." CHALLENGE QUESTION: "Who do you need to forgive? Are you willing to let go?" KEY VERSE: "Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you." – Ephesians 4:32 (NIV) SCRIPTURE REFERENCES: Jn 13:34-35; Eph 4:31-5:2; Lk 7:41-43; Psalm 139:23-24 SERIES DESCRIPTION: Love can be a buzz word in today’s culture. But we all know that actions speak louder than words. Jesus spent a lot of time explaining what loving each other looks like, and then he demonstrated it with His actions. Because of that, He could say with authority “Love one another the way I have first loved you” (John 13). Throughout the New Testament, the writers of Scripture broke down in clear terms what it means to love each other as Jesus first loves us. In a new 8-part series, we dig into how we can apply these different “one another” teachings and learn how to love others intentionally.

Submit to One Another

One Anothering One Another • October 14, 2018 • John Schluchter

MAIN POINT: "Submitting to one another means choosing to leverage all that I have for your benefit." CHALLENGE QUESTION: "How can I leverage all I have for the benefit of other people in my life?" KEY VERSE: "Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ." – Ephesians 5:21 (NIV) SCRIPTURE REFERENCES: John 13:34-35, Mark 10:32-45, Ephesians 5:1, Ephesians 5:21-6:9 SERIES DESCRIPTION: Love can be a buzz word in today’s culture. But we all know that actions speak louder than words. Jesus spent a lot of time explaining what loving each other looks like, and then he demonstrated it with His actions. Because of that, He could say with authority “Love one another the way I have first loved you” (John 13). Throughout the New Testament, the writers of Scripture broke down in clear terms what it means to love each other as Jesus first loves us. In a new 8-part series, we dig into how we can apply these different “one another” teachings and learn how to love others intentionally.

Serve One Another

One Anothering One Another • October 7, 2018 • Jimmy George

MAIN POINT: "Serving one another requires you and me to sacrifice for we." CHALLENGE QUESTION: "Is my life marked by serving?" KEY VERSE: "You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh rather, serve one another humbly in love." – Galatians 5:13 (NIV) SCRIPTURE REFERENCES: John 13:34-35; Galatians 5:13-15; 1 John 3:16-18; Romans 12:1-2; 1 Peter 4:9-10; Ephesians 2:10 SERIES DESCRIPTION: Love can be a buzz word in today’s culture. But we all know that actions speak louder than words. Jesus spent a lot of time explaining what loving each other looks like, and then he demonstrated it with His actions. Because of that, He could say with authority “Love one another the way I have first loved you” (John 13). Throughout the New Testament, the writers of Scripture broke down in clear terms what it means to love each other as Jesus first loves us. In a new 8-part series, we dig into how we can apply these different “one another” teachings and learn how to love others intentionally.

Restore One Another

One Anothering One Another • September 30, 2018 • Ronnie Rothe

MAIN POINT: "We love one another just as Jesus first loved us, by restoring one another with grace and truth WHEN one another fall." CHALLENGE QUESTION: "Is there anyone I need to get into the pit with, to help restore with grace and truth?" KEY VERSE: "Brothers and sisters, if someone is caught in a sin, you who live by the Spirit should restore that person gently. But watch yourselves, or you also may be tempted. Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ." – Galatians 6:1-2 (NIV) SCRIPTURE REFERENCES: John 13:34-35, John 1:14, Romans 14: 1-4, 10-13, 19-20, John 15:1-7, Ephesians 4:2 SERIES DESCRIPTION: Love can be a buzz word in today’s culture. But we all know that actions speak louder than words. Jesus spent a lot of time explaining what loving each other looks like, and then he demonstrated it with His actions. Because of that, He could say with authority “Love one another the way I have first loved you” (John 13). Throughout the New Testament, the writers of Scripture broke down in clear terms what it means to love each other as Jesus first loves us. In a new 8-part series, we dig into how we can apply these different “one another” teachings and learn how to love others intentionally.

Accept One Another

One Anothering One Another • September 23, 2018 • Ronnie Rothe

MAIN POINT: "Accepting one another just as Jesus first accepted us, is how we love one another just as Jesus first loved us." CHALLENGE QUESTION: "Who do you need to start accepting just as Jesus first accepted you?" KEY VERSE: "Accept one another, then, just as Christ accepted you, in order to bring praise to God." – Romans 15:7 (NIV) SCRIPTURE REFERENCES: John 13:34-35, John 1:14, Romans 14: 1-4, 10-13, 19-20, John 15:1-7, Ephesians 4:2 SERIES DESCRIPTION: Love can be a buzz word in today’s culture. But we all know that actions speak louder than words. Jesus spent a lot of time explaining what loving each other looks like, and then he demonstrated it with His actions. Because of that, He could say with authority “Love one another the way I have first loved you” (John 13). Throughout the New Testament, the writers of Scripture broke down in clear terms what it means to love each other as Jesus first loves us. In a new 8-part series, we dig into how we can apply these different “one another” teachings and learn how to love others intentionally.

Encourage One Another

One Anothering One Another • September 16, 2018 • Jacob Peterson

MAIN POINT: "Encourage one another in Christ above all else." CHALLENGE QUESTION: "Who is God calling you to encourage in the name of His Kingdom and for His purposes?" KEY VERSE: “But encourage one another day after day, as long as it is still called "Today," so that none of you will be hardened by the deceitfulness of sin." – Hebrews 3:13 (NASB) SCRIPTURE REFERENCES: Matthew 27:45-51, Hebrews 2:14-3:13, 1 Thessalonians 4:1-5:11, Hebrews 10:1-25 SERIES DESCRIPTION: Love can be a buzz word in today’s culture. But we all know that actions speak louder than words. Jesus spent a lot of time explaining what loving each other looks like, and then he demonstrated it with His actions. Because of that, He could say with authority “Love one another the way I have first loved you” (John 13). Throughout the New Testament, the writers of Scripture broke down in clear terms what it means to love each other as Jesus first loves us. In a new 8-part series, we dig into how we can apply these different “one another” teachings and learn how to love others intentionally.

The Law of Christ

One Anothering One Another • September 9, 2018 • Ronnie Rothe

MAIN POINT: "The primary activity of following Jesus is one-anothering one another." CHALLENGE QUESTION: "Are you one-anothering one another?" KEY VERSE: “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” – John 13:34-35 (NIV) SCRIPTURE REFERENCES: Matthew 22:36-40, John 13:34-35 SERIES DESCRIPTION: Love can be a buzz word in today’s culture. But we all know that actions speak louder than words. Jesus spent a lot of time explaining what loving each other looks like, and then he demonstrated it with His actions. Because of that, He could say with authority “Love one another the way I have first loved you” (John 13). Throughout the New Testament, the writers of Scripture broke down in clear terms what it means to love each other as Jesus first loves us. In a new 8-part series, we dig into how we can apply these different “one another” teachings and learn how to love others intentionally.