What did Jesus mean when He said, “Love your neighbor as yourself?” Have you ever stopped to consider that loving God and loving one another are inseparable? God loves us, and our response to His love is to love those around us- whether they are like us or not.
When Jesus said, “Greater love has no one than this that someone lay down his life for his friends”, he was talking about sacrificial love. Loving Generously is about following Christ’s example and loving others sacrificially.
Come with us on this journey to make our churches, homes, and communities places where we truly are those who are LOVING GENEROUSLY.
SERVE ONE ANOTHER IN LOVE
BEARING WITH ONE ANOTHER IN LOVE
BE KIND AND COMPASSIONATE TO ONE ANOTHER
SPEAK TO ONE ANOTHER WITH PSALMS, HYMNS AND SPIRITUAL SONGS
Please join us for the remaining 4 weeks of the Loving Generously series:
Sundays : 9:30am and 11:00am
Kids Classes and Adult Grow Groups (Bible Study) during both services
|4/7/18: Banquet: Tearing up the Place Cards that Separate Us- TW Davis-
Luke 14:13-14 Jesus tore down the barriers that separated people. Who are you inviting into your life?
4/15/18: For Sale: Blessing vs. Burden– Randy Fenter-
Matthew 19:16-22 As we give ourselves to God, we give ourselves to one another. What do you own and what owns you?
4/22/18: Kind: Loving those who are Different from Me- Gino Peña –
Proverbs 19:17 We are called to a love that crosses barriers: social, economic, cultural, and ethnic.
4/29/18: Called: Sharing Christ’s Suffering and the Suffering of Others– Zack Short-
John 15:18-19 Loving like Jesus can lead to persecution.
5/6/18 One to Another: Being United with Christ to show His Love- Mike Horton-
Matthew 7:12 Giving yourself to loving everyone God puts in your path.