What is love? How much of love is knowing and how much is feeling? Is it possible to know you are loved, even if you don’t feel loved?
Describing love is not an easy task, and our culture has certainly distorted–or even destroyed–the idea of loving unconditionally. Jesus told us the greatest commandments were to love God and to love others as he has loved us. Still, many believers will say “I love you, but…” or “I love you if…” So many of us have no clear concept of what a genuine, Jesus kind of love looks like because we haven’t experienced it.
The result is confusion as we look for love in all the wrong places. These are not just 21st century problems; they were just as real in the church thousands of years ago as they are to us today. Beginning Sunday, August 18, Senior Pastor Marty Grubbs will lead us on a journey to discover the true source of love.
What does it look like at church? What does it look like at home? What does it look like in marriage? What does it look like at work? Be a part of the Greatest of These series to find out.
August 18, 2019
Those who love God can’t help but give and share his love.
August 25, 2019
Patience is the deliberate choice to walk alongside someone in need.
September 01, 2019
The only way we can be known by love as a church is if our people are committed to loving others.
September 08, 2019
God not only provides us the example of what love looks like, but he also gives us the ability to live it out.
September 15, 2019
It is possible to love patiently and, with biblical boundaries, help someone get well who wants to get well.
September 22, 2019
When you find your confidence and security in God, not in other people, you become content with who God has made you to be.
September 29, 2019
If we love God, we must also love others.