On October 24, we took at look at Ephesians 5:21-33, Paul's advice to wives and husbands, all based on the relationship between Christ and the Church.
Author: Drew Poppleton (Drew Poppleton)
Back in August, a group gathered to name 'concerns' and 'hopes' heading into this series. This post revisits what was named.
The October 17 sermon covered three 'goods' of marriage. In this post, we cover a fourth.
In part 2 of Genesis 2:18-25, we looked at the three goods of marriage: procreation, fidelity, and sacred bond.
Since Genesis 2 has a lot to say about marriage, we’re back in it for the second week in a row. This time, we cover what Augustine called the “goods” (bona) of marriage.
This post is a reminder about important pieces stressed in the first sermon ... as well as additional resources for this conversation.
It's hard to address Genesis 2 without immediately mentioning Genesis 3. The latter has A LOT to say about 'relationships by God's design.'
On October 10, we dove deep into the Hebrew phrase 'ezer kenegdo'—a helper fit for him.
As a follow up to a sermon about singleness and celibacy, we interview a celibate man.