Winning the Culture War – Matthew 5 (Full Service)

This is the full service of our Winning the Culture War sermon!

In order to win the culture war, we have to change our internal culture to Christ Culture. Today we look at Matthew 5. Jesus addressed what “had been said” about anger, adultery, divorce, oaths, revenge and enemies.

He spoke on what everyone had known to be true… then followed with, “but I say.” Jesus pointed out our greatest need… one only he could accomplish.

Culture War (Matthew 21 – 22) Full Service.

Continuing our look at the Culture War that we’re in and how Jesus addressed culture. This week, Pastor Scott teaches through Matthew 21 and 22. We find Jesus addressing the religious culture of His day and their understanding of Worship, Obedience, Faithfulness, and Readiness. This is our full service – including worship!

Culture War (Romans 12:2, Ephesians 6:12) Now with 100% more Worship!

This version of our Sunday morning service has worship! Our Next Gen Pastor Christiaan (behind his Nord), Mrs. Linda, and special guest Daniel lead worship this week!

Afterwards, Pastor Scott teaches about the true culture war we’re in. It’s not he one on the news, that friends, or those on social media are talking about.

Our enemy isn’t one another, it’s against spiritual powers, and we MUST renew our minds and refocus our fight from one another to our real enemy.

Not A New Commandment (1st John 1:4 – 2:7) – Full Service

It’s the Full Service!

We finished the Called to Belong – a Madam, a Madman, and a Man Like Myself. BUT Pastor Scott felt it important to address one last area. Covering 1st John 1:4 – 2:7, Pastor Scott talked about having Joy, walking in the light vs the Darkness, he wrestled with the idea sinner saved by grace vs saint who sins, and what John’s not a new commandment means in practice. Part of putting the not a new commandment into practice means having tough conversations, not vent gossiping, and tries to be like Jesus in practice, not just in our heart.

A Man Like Myself (Psalm 55:8-19) (Part 1) – Full Service

The full service! Including Worship!

David wrote of an individual in Psalm 55:8-19, “A man like myself.” When the David wrote this messianic psalm (a song about the Messiah) he wrote, “If an enemy were insulting me, I could endure it; if a foe were rising against me, I could hide. But it is you, a man like myself, my companion, my close friend…”

Sometimes the individuals who betray us aren’t our enemies, but are instead our close friends, our families. maybe even someone like ourselves.