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Do You Know What They Knew?

This Christmas season, we're going to be walking through the Bethlehem cemetery (as found in Matthew 1) to see the unlikely people God chose as relatives for the Savior of the world - and what we can learn about God and us from their stories! Here's our sermon series for December: 

12/2 The Tombstone of the Immoral Father-in-Law (Genesis 38)

12/9 The Tombstone of the Foreign Daughter-in-Law (Ruth 4)

12/16 The Tombstone of She-Who-Will-Not-Be-Named (2 Samuel 11)

12/23 The Tombstone of the Unwed Mother (Luke 1)

12/24 The Tombstone of the Duped Fiancee (Matthew 1)

12/30 The Tombstone of Some Really Lucky Heirs (John 3)


5 languages of love page 2

When Jesus was asked what the most important thing in the whole world was, He said, “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: Love your neighbor as yourself.” Last month we looked at how we can become better friends with God. This month, we’re going to focus on the second part of Jesus’ prime directive – how we can love people better than we currently are.

You’ve probably heard that love is not a feeling you have, it’s an action you do – it’s a way of expressing yourself. We’re going to look at 5 different “languages of love” that will improve your ability to communicate with people in your life. And while it’s hard to learn a new language (much less 5), doing so will help you understand why you haven’t always felt as connected as you wish to people that matter to you – and if you master these languages, you can do way better!

Here’s our schedule of Rosetta Stone sermons:

May 6 Language #1: Time (Luke 19)
May 13 Language # 2: Help (John 8)
May 20 Language #3: Words (Matthew 3)
May 27 Language #4: Touch (Mark 1)
June 3 Language #5: Gifts (Matthew 14)

And, as a bonus for your family’s goodness each Sunday, the school-agers in Bible School during the 10am assemblies will be learning the same love language that we’re talking about in the sermons. So, if you want, check with your kids on the way home each Sunday to see who learned it better, you or them!