What does a mature Christian look like? How often do you meet one today? Are you one? C.S. Lewis wrote that the whole purpose of becoming a Christian is to become a little Christ – to become like Jesus; full of His love, patience, and peace. Spiritual transformation is the process of moving from conformity to the world to conformity to Jesus. We invite you to join us this year as we study the book of 1 Corinthians and learn from Paul how to grow up. Paul wrote this letter to a church very much like ours in America today – wealthy, immoral, and immature. Jesus stands ready to make you like Him. Are you ready to join Him?

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Yes, Lord

All of us have gone through a pretty difficult trial lately, haven’t we? We may not have lost any limbs, but we have at least been cut off from one another. Thankfully, as far as I know, we are all still physically healthy, but I’m sure this quarantine has at least challenged our mental and emotional health.

And what if in the midst of this challenging time, instead of giving into our pride, instead of becoming more self-reliant, we turned William Ernest Henley’s poem around and cried out to God, “It matters how straight the gate how charged with punishments the scroll, You are the captain of my fate, You are the master of my soul.” In other words, “It doesn’t matter how hard things get, it doesn’t matter how painful or difficult life becomes, Jesus, You are in charge … and I surrender to Your will.”

When it comes to things you can’t control, are you able to say, “God, not my will, but Yours be done?”

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Growing Up

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