Christians sin.

There… I said it. Christians sin and stumble. Christians still have a sin nature that is alive and well. I know because I deal with my sin nature every day.

But sometimes the sin is so big and the person is so public that it creates major problems. But that is the deception of sin. We often think we can live with the little sins in our life. But if the sin becomes a problem, then we will do something. Regardless of the size or fame, sin will destroy. 

So the next three weeks I’m going to share some sermons about how to handle immorality… in the church, in the sinner, and how the Jesus handles it. This week I begin with immorality in the church.

The church in Corinth had many immoral problems. However, the worst case was a man who was having an affair with his step-mom. Rather helping him, or even ignoring him, the church was pleased with themselves that he could have his sin and still be a good church member. How confusing for Christians and nonChristians.

My message this Sunday is called: Immorality in the Church. I will share three steps the church must take to help people live a godly life from 1 Corinthians 5. You will be encouraged to overcome your own immorality (and other sins) so are able to help others.

Join us this Sunday,  @ 10:30 a.m. 

Don’t forget to move your clock forward one hour this Saturday evening.

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