Kris Stowers continues the series with 1 Corinthians 12 as he examines the importance of each part of the body of Christ, His Church. From a medical perspective he shows the correlation between the human body and the church, each part being essential.

Kris Stowers teaches on the different ways the Holy Spirit can work in our lives. He explains indwelling versus the coming upon of the Spirit and many other verses talking about the Spirit of God.

Kris Stowers interviews Sam and Geri Laing on various life lessons and biblical convictions they have developed over the years. They discuss lessons and experiences that apply to everyone from teens to the more mature disciples. 

Kevin Winship continues teaching from 1 Corinthians 12 regarding the idea of being led astray. The primary focus will be on emotions and how they can lead us astray.

Kevin Winship continues the Corinthian series, this week from 1 Corinthians 12.


Shout out to our loyal listener Carlos Pino for staying tuned in even while being out of town for the summer!

Kevin Winship continues the lesson from 1 Corinthians 11 about the communion. He also dives into old testament covenants to give context into what it means to have a covenant in Jesus' time.

In this Sunday sermon Kris Stowers teaches from 1 Corinthians 11 on the Lord's supper/communion. We learning about examining areas where we are selfish and also about what our mindset should be during the special time allotted to take communion as a body.

This midweek lesson from Mitchell Lavender expounds on the lesson from 1 Corinthians 10 from the lesson on Sunday. He provides expositions of old testament situations that show how we can strive to be blessings to others as a way to combat sin.

Mitchell Lavender preaches from 1 Corinthians 10 about staying away from various things that can become idols in our lives. Tune in to learn from Paul's 1st letter to the Corinthian church.

Kris Stowers continues teaching from 1 Corinthians 11. He covers many controversial issues that face our society today as well as the deep biblical principles that can be applied to our view on them.

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