November 14 — Throughout this series, we have looked at the IMPLICATIONS of various Bible verses for our relationships. Today, as a way of wrapping up this series, we look at the many implications of Genesis 3. These implications helps us approach the world realistically and gracefully.
Sermon Category: Genesis
This sermon is based on all the previous texts in this series. By looking at all of them, we see at pattern that has implications for the way we understand same-sex relationships.
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 is the 3rd sermon of a 3-part series. It will make much more sense if you listen to the other two. The goal of this particular sermon is to name specific qualities of the person who is mature in Christ. Most churches simply encourage people to “get saved.” But experiencing salvation is ONLY THE...
This sermon is the second in a group of three sermons. Thus, it only makes sense after listening the first. … in this sermon, Drew Poppleton makes the case that in order to be formed as God intends, we must die to self and put on Christ.
This sermon lays the foundation for the next two sermons about spiritual formation. Before we can understand the kind of formation God wants in our lives, we need to clear about our current condition. This sermon is presents a “biblical anthropology”—i.e., and understanding of humans based on the first three chapters 1-3.