God’s truth is black and white and even though there is no grey area, that’s where so many of us live today. We prefer to live by the concepts or facts we wish to be true, rather than those known to be true… the grey area.
Join us over the next four weeks as you discover where you are when it comes to…
Faith vs. Works
Week Four: True(ish) | Guilt vs. Repentance
Sunday, October 25th, 2009
Guilt and Repentance are two topics that often seem taboo within Christian circles. Guilt seems like a high-pressure Christian sales tactic, and Repentance is something that only “bad” people do. But what does the Bible really say? Join us today as we conclude our True(ish) series by continuing the thread from last week and Pastor Jason Boucher navigates through the minefield that is the topic of Guilt vs. Repentance.
Week Three: True(ish) | Grace vs. Rules
Sunday, October 18th, 2009
Though we may try to be “good” most of the time, the truth behind it is, as the Bible says, that our heart motives are often wicked. There are two approaches we see in the Bible for dealing with this. The first approach tries to stifle this wickendess with rules. The second approach is to cover it with Grace. Join us today as we condtinue our True(ish) series and Pastor Jason Boucher discusses the dichotomy of Grace vs. Rules.
Week Two: True(ish) | Thankful vs. Selfish
Sunday, October 11th, 2009
This Monday in Canada, we celebrate Thanksgiving, a holiday instituted by Parliament as “A Day of General Thanksgiving to Almighty God for the bountiful harvest with which Canada has been blessed.” But the idea of giving thanks goes far deeper than a day off in October — giving thanks is not only an issue of manners, rather it is a posture that creates spiritual movement in your life. Join us today as we continue our True(ish) series and Pastor Jason Boucher discusses the truth behind the postures of Thankful vs. Selfish.
Week One: True(ish) | Faith vs. Works
Sunday, October 4th, 2009
Faith and Works are the two systems that all major world religions rely upon as a method to attain ‘salvation’. Some may focus more heavily on one or the other. But when it comes to Christianity, which is the right approach? Join us today as Pastor Jason Boucher dives into the grey zone between Faith and Works and shows us from scripture how our salvation is worked out.
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