Sermons on Fellowship & Hospitality
The cross undermines the deepest basis of disunity and lays a new foundation for unity.
How can we live in a way that shows that the church is our family?
This age is too evil for us to treat fellowship as a kind of comfortable togetherness that has no transforming, empowering, explosive effect.
Consider others—study them, know them, figure them out—to the end that you stimulate them to love and good deeds.
Where the gospel flourishes people share their souls—their joys, guilts, fears, and passions.
Our homes and apartments should stand constantly ready for strategic hospitality—a readiness to welcome people who don't ordinarily live there.
Who you invite to share in your abundance shows where your treasure is.
We should aim at full doctrinal unity and full heart unity.
If we really care about a person's ultimate welfare, we will confront them with their sin as well as comfort them in their trouble.
Christ’s promise to meet all of our needs is what frees us from fear and greed and enables us to joyfully share with others.