Battle of the Sexes

Live Q&A Panel

March 18, 2014 • Panel Discussion

This series generated a number of questions regarding love, dating, sex, marriage, and man and woman. In this final message we sat down with JP, the Shanes, and all of their wives to get biblical answers to some crucial questions sent in live and beforehand.

When to Break Up and When Not To

March 11, 2014 • David Marvin

Dating is a path that leads to a promise (marriage) that leads to a lifelong pursuit. Knowing when to break up and when not to are crucial to know, because dating leads to marriage. In this message we explore what criteria must exist on the path towards the promise. And what Jesus says about keeping our promise in marriage & divorce.

Ladies and Gentlemen

March 4, 2014 • David Marvin

Our culture is spiraling out of control. In a time when women are referred to ask sex objects, the teachings of Jesus could not be more relevant and needed. In this message we explore what it looks like to embrace the Christian view of women, a view that was radical when it was introduced and still is today.

Loving and Dating

February 25, 2014 • Jonathan Pokluda

Dating has only existed for the past century but is a reality in our modern world. As Christ followers we have the opportunity and responsibility to use dating to showcase not only the way we love and pursue the opposite sex but how we have been loved and pursued in the greatest love story by our Savior.

Metaphor of Marriage

February 18, 2014 • Todd Wagner

Marriage is intended to be a union of two people, equal in value and importance, who come together selflessly in mutual submission and intentional love. They are still distinct persons, but function as one unit. Marriage is a picture of Christ and the Church, modeling how Christ loves us perfectly and how we should respond to that kind of love.

Sexes by Design

February 11, 2014 • Jonathan Pokluda

Men and women are obviously different. They were created to complement each other. Neither is more important, but they do have different strengths. We were made to complete, not compete; but that requires us to selflessly serve each other in love and not try to control or dominate in relationships.