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Now displaying: September, 2019
Sep 29, 2019

Sermon: Is the Bible Woke?: Being Holy: A Biblical Alternative to Social Justice, Part 5 (Selected Scriptures).

"Be holy, for I am Holy". This is God's measurement for the Christian living in a fallen world.  We are to be holy.  Our standard is not dictated by a political party or a political, worldly ideology.  We are not to be hamstrung by the latest movement or feel good propositions. Our call as believers in Jesus Christ is to be holy.  But, how does this fit with the social justice movement?  Pastor Rob answers this question in this morning sermon.  Listen and learn the biblical alternative to the social justice movement.

Sep 22, 2019

Sermon: Is the Bible Woke: A Biblical Critique of Social Justice, Part 4 (Selected Scripture).

How does the theology of social justice align with the Bible? This is a question many churches and church organizations seem to fail to answer.  These are the churches and church organization that believe we should be heavily involved in the social justice movement.  These are the churches and church organizations that believe we should make this political issue the churches main focus.  But, is that the sovereign will of God?  To understand what Scripture says about the theology of social justice; please continue to listen to sermon series by Pastor Robb.  Today we continue to hear a biblical critique of social justice. 

Sep 16, 2019

Sermon: Is the Bible Woke?: A Biblical Critique of Social Justice, Part 3 (Selected Scripture).

Christians are to have a standard by which we must live. It is not the opinions of the politicians, popular people or polls. The standard by which we live is the written word of God. As we continue to deal with issues within social justice, we must do so from a biblical standard. But is this the view in which we form our opinion? As Pastor Robb continues to address social justice; let's learn what the Scriptures say about Social Justice. The Biblical critique is the only critique that truly matters.

Sep 8, 2019

Sermon: Is the Bible Woke: A Biblical Definition of Justice (Selected Scriptures).

How do we define justice?  I am sure if we asked many people, we would get many different definitions.  We may hear that is means equality for all. We may hear about fair treatment for everyone.  Someone may even know Webster's definition: "the maintenance or administration of what is just especially by the impartial adjustment of conflicting claims." But, the real question is how, as believers, do we define justice in the era of social justice?  To answer this question and more, please listen to this morning's sermon by Pastor Robb. Justice has a standard!

Sep 1, 2019

Sermon: Is the Bible Woke: A Biblical Evaluation of Social Justice, Part 1 (Selected Scriptures).

We live in a world that wants to speak of justice and fairness for all people. We have politicians, athletes, and actors who speak of equality and compassion towards all people; regardless of race, nationality, or gender. As the universal and local church, we must be aware of what it means to seek justice for all; but we must understand the biblical application. As Pastor Robb begins his 6-part series on social justice; in this morning's sermon, we learn what is social justice. May God give grace to the hearer.

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