EVERY MEMBER A MINISTER – PART 3

Date: October 8, 2017 Scripture: 1 Corinthians 12:12-27 Speaker: Clint Nelson Certain God-given ministry assignments in life are less glamorous than others and God gives them greater honour (and so should we)! This message shares the sixth principle of a Spirit-filled community: God gives greater honour to the members that lack it by His design.

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EVERY MEMBER A MINISTER – PART 2

Date: October 1, 2017 Scripture: 1 Corinthians 12:12-31 Speaker: Clint Nelson God calls and equips every believer with the gift of His Spirit so that we can know and walk the will of God for our lives. But how is all of that to work out at a church/community level? Paul gives seven principles (two in this week’s sermon) to build a Spirit-filled community.

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EVERY MEMBER A MINISTER – PART 1

Date: September 24, 2017 Scripture: 1 Corinthians 12:12-31 Speaker: Clint Nelson God calls and equips every believer with the gift of His Spirit so that we can know and walk the will of God for our lives. But how is all of that to work out at a church/community level? Paul gives seven principles (three in this week's sermon) to build a Spirit-filled community on.

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A CALL TO CONTINUE

Date: September 10, 2017 Scripture: 1 Cor. 11:23a Speaker: Clint Nelson We exist to CONTINUE the ministry of Jesus in our homes, church, city and world. What does it mean to continue the ministry of Jesus? The second part of the sermon has to do with a unique idea for Parksiders to consider of whether or not we add a second Sunday morning service.

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TRUE COMMUNION

Date: September 3, 2017 Scripture: 1 Cor. 11:17-34 Speaker: Clint Nelson Our love for Jesus can't be private because it shows in how we love others. Christ's love for us wasn't an internal event - it was public and physical, which makes communion a reminder of this - that we are to love others in the way Jesus loves us (public example and physical acts). Christians don't just say our vows, we live them. Communion is a sacred space to renew our vows. Therefore, we are to examine our fidelity, repent of our sin, and then solemnly, gratefully and joyfully partake in communion. We come out on the other side more in love with Jesus - He is the faithful spouse that forgives our infidelity and is always working towards a bright future together.

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