Archive for May 2017

5/28/17 Table Talk by Ed Rodgers

Posted in Communion by LifeSpringChurch on May 29th, 2017

In this Table Talk, Ed reminded us of God's love and how the Lord's Supper reminds him of that.


Posted in gospel, Paul, generosity by LifeSpringChurch on May 29th, 2017

Paul wrote the little, twenty-five verse of Philemon to a slave-owner.  Paul was sending escaped slave, Onesimus, back to his owner, and Paul wrote to persuade Philemon to receive Onesimus back as a newly converted brother in Christ.  The letter is an excellent look at Christian accountability, conversion, and generosity.c  

Table Talk for May 21 by Bev Logue

Posted in Communion by LifeSpringChurch on May 22nd, 2017

Bev Logue is the person bringing this week's Table Talk.


Posted in gospel, Paul by LifeSpringChurch on May 22nd, 2017

The book of Colossians was written to a church that had been infected by false teaching.  Paul told this church that he prayed constantly for them to the effect that they would grow in maturity and wisdom with respect to God's will for them.  This sermon examines the dangers of false teaching and the way to be protected against it.

Table Talk for May 14, 2015

Posted in Lord's Supper by LifeSpringChurch on May 17th, 2017

Ericka Chilcoat gives the Table Talk in this edition.  She talks about how God sometimes says "No" in order to reassure us that God will not abandon His promises to us nor leave us in our weakness.


Posted in , love, church, Romans by LifeSpringChurch on May 17th, 2017

This sermon comes from Romans 1:8-15 in which Paul talks about the privilege he felt being able to carry the gospel to both Jews and Gentiles.  The sermon examines the discrimination that arose in the Roman church as a result of an exile imposed on Roman Jews between 41 and 52 AD.  In light of the discrimination that existed between Jews and Gentiles the book of Romans was written by Paul to provide instruction on how the Roman Christians should treat each other.


Posted in , church, Communion by LifeSpringChurch on May 7th, 2017

In this series of sermons about the first century churches, today's sermon looks at Corinth and their issues surrounding worship.  Particularly pertaining to the Lord's Supper. The sermon examines how division and prejudice prevents the church from enjoying the relationship which God intended for her. 


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