1 Corinthians 2 – FOMO

Yesterday at Saar Fellowship we continued our study of 1 Corinthians and looked at chapter 2. Is the Gospel too simple? Are we missing out on something deeper or richer? Join us and find out!

Acts 6.8-15

"The things Stephen was accused of translate well to orthodox and proper teaching about Jesus."

Acts 6.1-7

"Yes, preaching and teaching is important, but so is being met at the door and greeted by name."

Acts 5.33-42

"He sat on the fence when he should have stood up in action."

Acts 5.29-32

"Why do we know that even in our darkest hour things will be ok?"

Acts 5.21-28

"A continuing witness not to insurrection, but resurrection."

1 Corinthians 1.18-31 – Power For Progress

Yesterday at Saar Fellowship we continued our study through 1 Corinthians and saw the importance of the cross of Christ to the unity and the progress of God’s people. You can catch the message here or on the Saar Fellowship Podcast:

Acts 5.17-21

"...changing the religious landscape of a place so focused on religious rhythms and routines was always going to have consequences."

Acts 5.12-16

"When we see miracles in Scripture there is always a reason, there is always a 'why' to the wonder."

Acts 5.7-11

"We are not Peter and the church here, we are Ananias and Sapphira."