Posts tagged “Gender”
The Bible and Homosexuality
Does the Bible speak clearly about homosexuality and whether it is okay or wrong? Watch the entire series from this past week as Pastor Jeremy answers this question by digging into the Bible.
Homosexuality: “I Didn’t Ask to Feel This Way”
“I didn’t ask to feel this way” is a common statement from gay people who are struggling. But there are so many other things all of us didn’t ask for from God—but he gave them to us anyway.
Struggling With Homosexuality?
If you or someone you know is struggling with homosexuality, that means there’s still hope. Pastor Jeremy explains.
How to Talk About Homosexuality
When discussing the topic of homosexuality, remember to speak the truth—with love.
What the World Says About Homosexuality
The Bible puts homosexuality on the same level as many things that are wrong. But what makes homosexuality different from other sins?
Is Homosexuality Wrong?
The Bible addresses homosexuality specifically. Does it identify it as being wrong? If this topic has revealed hurts in your life, Pastor Jeremy shares how you can move forward.
God & Gender: God’s Design for Men & Women (Part 1)
In the beginning, when everything was perfect, God created people. Not only did he create Adam and Eve “in his image,” he also “created them male and female.” This message lays the foundation for our faith when it comes to gender, a faith in the Father who loves everyone of the children he has created.
Keep your clothes on for sexual purity
Joseph kept his clothes on. It’s that simple. Here’s the story. His brothers hated him and sold him as a slave, and eventually he…
Strong and weak
How great the power of sexual desire! How little we understand it. How hard it is to control. Sex has been making money for…
That’s Messed Up: Not Just a Boys’ Club
A quivering commander. A female savior. A housewife who plunges a tent peg through a general’s brain. That’s messed up! But that’s what happened in Deborah’s day. Her unlikely story proves that God blesses and saves his people through those we would least expect—little children, common mothers, and a carpenter from Nazareth.