Sermons on 1 Corinthians

Sermons on 1 Corinthians

Matthew 18:15-20 & I Corinthians 5:1-5: Church Discipline

Church Discipline is a teaching in the New Testament that the church is to practice with members who are living in unrepentant sin and harming the body of Christ. Join us as we consider five questions: (1) What does the Bible say about church discipline?, (2) What exactly is church discipline?, (3) Can church discipline really be loving?, (4) What are the results of church discipline?, and (5) What sins require church discipline?

1 Corinthians 11:17-34: The Marks of a Healthy Church: #9 The Lord’s Supper

The Lord’s Supper is something that all Christians observe, but not everyone understands its meaning and significance. It certainly doesn’t rank highly as an essential part of church for many people. In God’s wisdom he has given us this ritual that is imbued with deep symbolism and purpose to help us look in five directions. Listen to this sermon to find out what they are!

I Corinthians: The Where and Why of the Church

What are the most important characteristics for a church to display? Paul gives three such characteristics: purity, unity & love. Join us as we consider this third characteristic as well as the reasons why the church is so important in the world.

I Corinthians: What is the Church?

There are many groups, denominations and buildings that call themselves churches, but what exactly is a church? Many misunderstandings exist on this subject and although many people claim to think church is important, they might struggle to explain what a church is. Join us as we consider what Jesus created the church to be and why it is so vital.

1 Corinthians 15:1-8 & 12-23: Jesus Restored

Much is known about Christianity, yet many people would have difficulty explaining exactly what Christianity was founded upon or what is most central to Christianity’s claims. In the New Testament, Paul tells us that the resurrection of Jesus is one of those central aspects. But we are also told that Jesus rising from the dead has implications for mankind today.