Interactive Sermon

"Those who have the disease called Jesus will never be cured" ~Old Russian Proverb

Sunday, March 26, 2006

So, Let's Talk About It

Greetings, and thank you for your willingness to step into this new endeavor with me. My hope is that we will turn monologue (sermon) into dialogue (conversation) using the blog.

This morning we considered together 1 Corinthians 1:1-9. You can find my sermon notes from this morning here or find them listed in the right hand menu under today's date. You can find an mp3 audio file of the message here or find it listed in the right hand menu.

I invite you to join the conversation. Do you have any questions we can discuss concerning the text or the message? Did you make any observations of the text that you are willing to share? Do you have any thoughts we might consider, whether in agreeing or disagreeing with anything in the message or my notes? Please feel free to speak up! You can post your thoughts simply by clicking 'comments' below and following the prompts.

As we move forward into the week I am planning to add some commentary on the remainder of 1 Corinthians chapter 1, as well as take a little further down the path of some observations we didn't have time to explore this morning. I'll hope your comments move the conversation along as well. So, plan to check back as often as you can through the week as we study 1 Corinthians together.

1 Comments:

  • hey pastor darin, i just wanted to say thanks for your sermon today. I've been realizing that I don't think i try to be someone i'm not i just am afraid to be who I am. I know it sounds like the same thing, and who knows maybe it is when you really look into it. But all I know is that i need to work at doing the things i love, saying the things i want to say, and being more comfortable with who I am instead of holding that back out of fear of acceptance. So thanks for reminding me of that.. :-) I also thought it was cool when you brought up the point about the church of Corinth having grace "written all over them" I think that in the life of a Christian that that is a very important aspect, we are all saved by grace and by grace alone. I always find it hard to believe when Christians think of themselves as good and not as sinful beings, when they are only at the point in their life by God's amazing grace and not by their own goodness and works. I love 1&2 Corinthians and i could talk much more about chapter 1, but I have a stupid english paper to work on :-) but I am looking forward to your next thoughts as well as the thoughts of others and I'm hoping to see your sermons truly get "interactive."
    <3, amanda

    By amanda, at 3/26/2006 11:02 PM  

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