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Jeff asks Scott the questions, "Why is the church afraid of the word 'work'?" and "How do you respond when you hear someone in today's culture talking about how the church is not doing enough?"

After the grand vision of the victory of Christ at the end of 1 Corinthians 15, Paul returns in chapter 16 to some very practical matters for himself and the church. This reminds us that we should give ourselves to the work at hand until...

As we near the end of our study on 1 Corinthians, Scott and Jeff discuss the resurrection of all believers and the power we can experience as we live in our present lives in light of this future truth.

Scott and Jeff talk about the resurrection of Jesus and the now-and-not-yet Kingdom of God, discussing questions like, "What do I do with my desires and ambitions for what I hope to achieve in this life?"

The resurrection of Jesus Christ is essential to the gospel and to the way we live as followers of Christ. It is important that we remember the resurrection of Christ and rightly order our lives in light of our future resurrection with him. Text: 1...

The love of God demonstrated at the cross of Christ is in a category of its own. This is the love that builds up the church. This is the love that we bring to the church. Text: 1 Corinthians 13

Scott and Jeff discuss the importance of words and how 1 Corinthians 14 encourages us to speak helpfully to one another.

The church is strengthened by the Word of God and the words we use with one another. Words that build up are true, clear, humble, and helpful. Text: 1 Corinthians 14

Scott and Jeff talk about the way that spiritual gifts are to be used in the church and answer questions like, "What hinders people from serving in the church?"

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