God hasn't given up on you.

And neither have we. Our church is committed to helping you make progress in what matters most. We’re here to make disciples.

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1801 Woodruff Rd Greenville, SC 29607

  • Join us for worship this Sunday at 9:00 & 10:30 AM in English or at 10:30 AM in Spanish.

  • (864) 288-1323

Malachi: The Danger of Spiritual Apathy

Sometimes the spiritual apathy among God’s people is so tragic that He desires to close the doors to worship altogether. Offering nothing would be better than offering leftovers. Join us as we study verse-by-verse through the Book of Malachi and hear how God responds to those who tragically give Him the bare minimum.

RECENT SERMONS

Doubting God’s Love

We can often look at our unfortunate circumstances and question God’s love for us. The sheer fact that God chose to love us in the first place should alleviate any lingering doubts. Context A major theme of Scripture: We cannot remain in the presence of God when we disobey the commandments of God. During the time of Malachi, Israel had returned from exile yet was still distant from God. The book is comprised of God’s declarations, Israel’s objections, and God’s…

The Progression of Faith

If there is a true profession of faith, there should be a true progression of faith. While you have not arrived at complete spiritual maturity yet, you should be making progress. Evaluate How committed am I to my discipleship? If there is a true profession of faith, there should be a true progression of faith. You cannot take the full credit or give the complete blame for your spiritual condition. Your spiritual health at the end of your life will…

Dependence: Acknowledging Your Desperate Need

In our discipleship efforts, we never reach the point where we can depend upon our own strength. Apart from Jesus, we can do nothing. Distinctive Discipleship – Designing Specific Plans for Christian Maturity Category #6: Dependence “Struggling with all his energy that he powerfully works within me” (Col. 1:28). Evaluate How responsible am I for my spiritual growth? Two dangerous extremes: Entitled people reject the responsibility for their personal spiritual growth. Independent people assume the responsibility for their personal spiritual…

This Sunday • Doubting God’s Love [Mal. 1:1-5]

We can often look at our unfortunate circumstances and question God’s love for us. The sheer fact that God chose to love us in the first place should alleviate any lingering doubts.

Latest Posts

Gospel Group Questions for Week of October 20

On Sunday, October 20 (and throughout that week if your group meets on a different day), our Gospel Groups will be studying Isaiah 52-53.  Below are some questions for you to think about as you read the passage in preparation for your group.  Be in prayer and allow the Holy Spirit to teach you from this passage.  Then be ready to share what God is teaching you with your group Why do people so often believe that suffering cannot be connected…

Depression: The Bleak Perspective

Are you depressed or know someone who is? How can you help someone who struggles with a bleak perspective? Let’s draw strength from God’s Word to help in dark times of the soul. Initial Questions Can you describe how you are feeling? On a scale of 1 to 100 (1 being the most depressed and 100 being the most joyful), how would you describe yourself right now? On a typical day? What factors are contributing to how you are feeling…

Bible Reading Plan for Week of October 13

“Oh how I love your law!  It is my meditation all the day.  Your commandment makes me wiser than my enemies, for it is ever with me.  I have more understanding than all my teachers, for your testimonies are my meditation.” (Psalm 119:97-99)  May the readings this week focus our attention on God, and may the Bible give us wisdom and understanding as we meditate on it.  On Saturday and Sunday, we’ll focus on the Scriptures for our Gospel Groups…

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