Yesterday we finished up our series on the Fruit of the Spirit. We finished by looking at the last fruit — self control, but then I tried to wrap up the series talking about harvesting. I’m not sure I really did that justice, so here are some thoughts about the harvest when you have some time to listen to them. Feel free to let me know your thoughts.
What does/will the harvest look like at City Road Chapel?
What are we doing to help fruit grow so that the harvest can begin?
This is the scripture and sermon from the Celebrate Service on April 1, 2018 (Easter Sunday) at the City Road Chapel United Methodist Church in Madison, TN. Rev. Jay Voorhees offers the message, titled “Punked By Jesus.” Ms. Suzanne Wheeler is the liturgist.
For more information on this sermon and services at City Road Chapel UMC, please email Rev. Voorhees at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The church talks a lot about love but do we really know what love means? Today we start on a journey to explore love in God’s kingdom.
Sr. Pastor Jay Voorhees preaches from Colossians 1:1-4 and talks about bearing fruit.
- Are you asking if you are bearing fruit?
- What might some of the reasons be that you aren’t bearing fruit as an individual, or we as a congregation?
Note: Due to music licensing restrictions we do not share the full worship service.