Godly Wisdom

Godly Wisdom

Everyone of us has an about what we think true wisdom is. The question is where does this wisdom come from – God or somewhere else? When we listen to (or give) the wrong kind of wisdom, it can cause problems we often can’t imagine. This Sunday, we discuss some ways in which we can be certain that we are listening to true godly wisdom.

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Seeing in Gospel

Seeing in Gospel

Sometimes statements like “giving our first fruits” are difficult to transition from the abstract to the literal. Often we can take this a certain way and be guilted into placing offerings before God or see our offerings as an equation to receive even more earthly resources. When we give financially, with our time, and any way else motives like guilt and earthly gain shouldn’t be a part of it at all. On Sunday we will talk about offering, serving, placement of the church in our lives here in 2017 and living a life “in gospel.”

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The Power of the Tongue

The Power of the Tongue

Many of us are unaware that what we say has tremendous power to heal or wound. This Sunday, we will learn more about how seriously we should take our responsibility as stewards of our tongues, because with our tongues we can either bless or to curse – much more than we probably think

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Everyone Matters!

Everyone Matters!

At West City Fellowship, we like to say ‘you matter to God and you matter to us.’ But why do we say that – really? And what might that belief really look like if we put it into practice? We talk about this with the message, “Everyone Matters,” as we continue in our Faith and Action series in the Letter from Jesus’ brother James.

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The Power of the Resurrection

The Power of the Resurrection

The Apostle Paul loved the Ephesian church, and he prayed that they would know Jesus in a profound way. One of the ways Paul prayed that they would know Jesus is through the power of His resurrection. Easter is a great time remember that God displayed His power mightily when He raised Jesus from the dead, and He wants us to know that same power. It is one of the ways we come to know God, rather than merely knowing about Him.

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