Paul wrote a letter to the Corinthian church, addressing their misuse of remarkable spiritual gifts. His aim was to prompt them to relinquish divisive competition and instead prioritize nurturing the faith of the spiritually weaker and sharing the message with unbelievers. In this sermon series, we will explore how our identity can be grounded in joy, not fear, and through our unity with Jesus on the Cross, the completed work of Christ, and His eternal, unwavering love we find our personal mission and calling in life.
July 2, 2023 – August 27, 2023
The Psalms, a cornerstone of the Bible, beautifully capture life’s highs and lows, offering a window into our shared human emotions. Beyond this, they reveal Jesus’ presence in our circumstances, guiding our prayers. Join us as we explore select Psalms, discovering profound connection and devotion to God. In these verses, humanity’s dialogue with the Divine unfolds, enriching our spirits and strengthening our bond with God.
June 23-25, 2023 – West Chester University
Know and Being Known
Christ-Centered, True Relationships in the Family Environment
Julie Lowe, CCEF faculty and licensed professional counselor
May 7, 2023 – June 25, 2023
There is a misconception that in Christianity renewal is something that occurs once at conversion, a singular change of faith in God. But the Bible teaches that renewal doesn’t occur just at conversion – our thinking, hopes, dreams, trust, and values are constantly shaped and renewed by the gospel. In this mini-series, listen and see why we believe the Bible teaches that renewal is a way of life.
January 1, 2022 – April 23, 2023
Some believe what’s wrong with the world is a lack of inner purity – morality, ethics. Others believe what’s wrong with the world is outer purity – concern for the poor and social justice. But the Bible says it’s not “either-or” but “both-and.” Amos writes that God holds both together and ignores neither inner purity nor outer purity. This book shows us how seriously God cares about holiness in all our relationships. Follow along as we cover essential questions, including “Will unrepentance go unpunished?” and “Is there a possibility of holding back God’s hand?” Most importantly, we will better understand how the gospel is the key to loving holiness as a way of life.