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Dr. Jorgenson unpacks the 3rd Capital Vice… Avarice or Greed. As with all of the other vices there’s a lot to take in and lots of pondering to be done. Based on Luke 12: 13-21.
This week Dr. Jorgenson shares about the Capital Vice of “Sloth”. When we hear the word sloth we think of laziness. But sloth as a capital vice is much more than that. Based on Revelation 3:1-6 and Luke 12:35-40.
This week’s message from Dr. Jorgenson is a look at the 2nd of the Capital Vices – Vainglory. This is his 3rd message in his series on the “Glittering Vices: A Study of the Places We Get Spiritually Stuck”. Vainglory is the excessive or disordered desire for recognition or praise.
This is the second message from Dr. Jorgenson’s series on “Glittering Vices: A Study of the Places Where We Get Stuck Spiritually”. Last week’s message was the introduction and this week we explore the first of the Seven Capital Vices – Envy. Based on James 3: 13-18.
How do we live forever? It’s a question that mankind has sought an answer for over centuries. And yet, there is a very clear answer found in God’s Word. Dr. Jorgenson leads us to explore Isaiah 58: 1-12, Psalm 112:1-10, and 1 John 2:15-17 to find the answer.
What does it really mean to “be saved”? Dr Jorgenson leads us to explore the fullness of the meaning of the phrase “being saved”. Listen and learn that salvation is always unfolding. Based on Micah 6:1-8, Psalm 15, Matthew 5:1-12, and 1 Corinthians 1:18.
This message by Rev. Chris Walk asks that we consider how God is with us even in our suffering and how we might bring light into the dark times of the lives of others. Based on Isaiah 9: 1-4 and Matthew 4: 12-25.
In this message Dr. Jorgenson explores Jesus’ calling his first disciples and the importance of our names. How are you called? It’s an important question with a very important answer. Based on John 1: 29-42.
In this message from Dr. Jorgenson we are encouraged to remember our baptism. We miss something very important if we reduce baptism to obedience, repentance, and/or testimony. Baptism is more. It is Water and Spirit. Based on Genesis 1:1-5, Acts 19:1-7, and Mark 1:4-11.
The final message of this Christmas season focuses on the visit of the Magi remembered on Epiphany Sunday in the church calendar. Dr. Jorgenson calls us to consider the question, “What do we do once we have found the Savior?” . Based on Isaiah 60:1-6; Psalm 72: 1-7, 10-14; Matthew 2:1-12.