There is no Scripture that says we will work only until we retire. But what the Scripture does say is that we will work until the day we die. There…

Love’s Mighty Conquests

November 20, 2016
Bible Text: Romans 16:17-20 | Preacher: Dr. George A. Mulford | Series: Romans: The Gospel of God's Grace In our passage today, Paul is baring his heart to the church and concludes with a call to greet one another with a holy kiss.  But, then, there's a sudden warning about troublemakers in the church. So much for the lovey-dovey stuff. The reality is that there are some people we can't be holy-kissing because they aren't holy people. Instead, Paul says, mark them and avoid them.   Paul had seen with his own eyes the damage that comes from those who would destroy the unity of the church.  Even after 2,000 years, there are still troublemakers in the church who pervert the Gospel of Christ and want to see the church destroyed or molded to their own likeness. As far as I know, none of you are like those people, but I'm speaking on this subject today as preventative maintenance to avoid being used by the devil to stir up trouble.

Love’s Many Contacts

November 13, 2016
Bible Text: Romans 16:1-16 | Preacher: Dr. George A. Mulford | Series: Romans: The Gospel of God's Grace In some ways Romans Chapter 16 appears to be one of the least interesting chapters of the New Testament. It has almost no explicit teaching and contains several names of mostly unknown individuals. Yet, it is the most extensive and intimate expression of Paul's love and affection for believers and coworkers to be found anywhere in the New Testament. In our passage today, Paul mentions 35 individuals by name, and his great heart provoked him to close his letter to the church at Rome with positive affirmations for the people of God.
Bible Text: I John 3:16-24 | Preacher: Seth T. Mulford Most of us probably know someone who is difficult to love, but, really, it's sometimes we ourselves who are difficult to love. We talk about the love, but do we really know what real love is? We sometimes think that, just because we love God, we automatically show love to other Christians, but that's just not the case.  That's why we're discussing the topic this morning so we don't just talk about love; we actually show it.