The purpose of marriage is to be a lived parable of the gospel - of Christ's relationship to His bride the Church. How has God called husbands and wives to embody this parable in the context of marriage?
This confessional from Dr. Allen McCannon was given at North Avenue Church during the afternoon service. The confessional times cover a specific topic in light of scripture and give us time to consider how we are doing in these areas. Then time is given for prayer a repentance as we consider even greater our need for Jesus.
Two members of North Avenue Church give testimonies to living the Christian life at work in light of the gospel.
Grant is first with a very heartfelt and relatable look at the difficulties faced in the workplace with a strong conclusion on battling "slothfulness" in our work.
Haley then gives a testimony of the sovereignty and provision of God to provide work as she seeks to humbly honor God and family while serving the church.
This message from North Avenue Church's 2018 winter retreat is given by Scott McAndrew who gives us a heart-stirring picture of how the gospel changes the way we work. This podcast is the second of three posts from this year's retreat.
This message from North Avenue Church's 2018 winter retreat given by Mark McAndrew covers the topic of the gospel in the workplace. The message features 16 points that challenge us to consider how it is we view and go about working as Christian. This podcast is the first of three posts from this year's retreat.
There are few topics today that more directly fly in the face of our culture than the Bible's teaching on gender roles in the home and in the church. So what does Scripture teach? Let's go back to see God's good design for manhood and womanhood in the beginning.
Scott preached a powerful and extremely applicable sermon that is packed with the truth of grace. As we bring in a new year, let us make the best use of the time we have because it is precious, will make a real difference in this world, and cannot be gotten back once it is lost.