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May 05, 2019 | Dwayne Sommersell

A Disunified Church

1 Corinthians 3:1

In our day and age everyone usually sides with a team, whether that be sports or politics. We cheer and root for our team or elevate a specific candidate who we want to get elected. Yet it is different in God's special entity known as the church. The church is composed of leaders and members joined together as the body of Christ. So what happens when a group of people boast in a specific leader while another group boasts in another? Is that healthy for a church? Well this is exactly what we'll be learning about as Pastor Dwayne expounds on 1 Corinthians 3.

Series Information

A problem church. That was Corinth. And, the Apostle Paul carefully addresses each issue with clarity and conviction that suffices for churches of all ages and places. From division to immorality to marriage and divorce; from conscience to the Lord's Supper and spiritual gifts; the role of the resurrection... this first letter to the Corinthian church assures us nothing is beyond the Gospel's power to put a church on the path to health.

This is an ongoing "series" of individual expositions of First Corinthians. Hardly any of these talks are sequential but hopefully they are faithful and can seamlessly continue and pass the baton to their immediate contexts.