We are featuring Beth Sheehan and the Eugene Mission today as part of our ongoing series on the practices of discipleship. The post also includes study and sermon links.
Join us this week for I Thessalonians 4:1-8 and 5:12-28 as we jump into the discipleship practice of formation.
During his sermon on Sunday, Jerell Carper walked us through the story of the Good Samaritan from Luke 10:25-37, noting that compassion requires both proximity and humility. He defined compassion as "heartfelt, proactive care for someone in need." If you haven't listened yet, follow the link in today's post, which also includes an interview with Craig MacDonald.
If you haven't joined us yet at Thursday Bible study, its not too late to join us. To sign up for weekly emails and information on in-person and Zoom meetings for our First Thessalonians study, please click here. Learn more about UFC's discipleship series here. This week's passage: I Thessalonians 4:9-12 1 Thessalonians 4:9-12 read … Continue reading Discipleship: compassion
For today's Q&A, Jamie Harms sat down with Pastor Brett Gilchrist. Below are the questions she asked him and a summary of his answers. Brett preached Sunday from Colossians 3:1-17. During the message, he highlighted eight characteristics from verses 12-17 that disciples must put on to function within the church community — compassion, kindness, humility, meekness, patience, bearing with one another, forgiveness, and love. If you haven't listened yet, the link is included in this post. Just before the message, we had the privilege of hearing Romans 12:3-8 read in French by a dear brother, beautifully foreshadowing the diversity we will enjoy in the future as believers from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages, worship the Lamb of God together (Revelation 7:9).