Seekers, Saints and Sinners
Aug 16 2021 • Array
Jesus is good news! He’s good news for seekers, good news for saints and good news for sinners.
Christians in our culture used to assume that people would show up to our church and we would welcome them when they did. Or, we might invite a friend to “come to church” and then let the sermon do the rest.
But that isn’t enough today. Today, Jesus is using his people—not church buildings—to invite all the seekers, saints and sinners in. In this series we see how sharing that Jesus is good news might not mean a church invitation, but rather a living room invitation.
Sermons in this series:
This panel discussion concludes the four-part series on participating with God in order to share his love with the world. The panel participants provide a new imagination for how we can share Christ with others.
How do we share the gospel in a culture that does not recognize or value the Bible or Christian traditions? The Apostle Paul dealt with this in his day, and his approach serves as a model for us today.
Presence of God
As members of God’s church, we are called to share the gospel in every part of our lives. Our family is central to our daily lives, but we often don’t think about how we can intentionally live out the gospel in that setting. This sermon addresses this topic.
Technology is a great thing, but it has unintended consequences. What are the consequences of moving church to live-streaming and how should we respond? This sermon explores two options that lie before us.