Archive for June 2017

170625 Table Talk by Jane

Posted in Communion by LifeSpringChurch on June 26th, 2017

Did you forget?

Posted in baptism by LifeSpringChurch on June 26th, 2017

This sermon comes from Romans 6:1-11.  In this text Paul goes into great depth to talk about baptism and how it, properly understood, affects the quality of the Roman churches' fellowship.  This is the most complete look at baptism in the New Testament.


Character Produces Hope

Posted in Jesus, crucifixion, Christ, death of Christ by LifeSpringChurch on June 20th, 2017

The text for this sermon comes from Romans 5:1-8.  The sermon looks at the victory Christ achieved in his suffering and death and the implications of that victory for the way we look at current events.  


June 11, 2017 Table Talk

Posted in Lord's Supper by LifeSpringChurch on June 14th, 2017

Matt Ridge delivers this good Table Talk.


Make Them Stop

Posted in Pentecost, Spirit by LifeSpringChurch on June 14th, 2017

This sermon is preached in light of Pentecost Sunday, June 4, 2017.  The sermon takes its text from Numbers 11:24-30.  In this text, God pours out the Spirit on 70 tribal leaders of Israel, gathered in the Tent of Meeting.  The sermon looks at what happened to them versus the disciples on whom the Spirit fell in Acts 2.


170604 Table Talk by Amanda Bates

Posted in Communion by LifeSpringChurch on June 5th, 2017

In this Table Talk Amanda reminded us of the importance of loving people in the manner of Jesus - without precaution or judgment.  This talk is a good reminder of the kind of love reflected in the Cross.



Posted in love, church by LifeSpringChurch on June 5th, 2017

Ephesians 5:21-6:9 serves as the foundation for this sermon.  In the text, Paul teaches the Ephesian Christians how one should live in a household.  What he describes is a life of loving self-sacrifice.  In 5:32, Paul discusses his real motive in the teaching when he says, "This is a great mystery, but it is an illustration of the way Christ and the church are one."  This passage gives one of the best descriptions of how much Christ loves the church and what he was willing to sacrifice for the church.