Our 2022 Theme
“A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another, even as I have loved you, that you also love one another. By this all men will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another.” John 13:34-35
Purpose of the Theme
Like every family, we need time together for our bonds of fellowship and friendship to thrive. This year our theme will help us reconnect with one another by emphasizing the genuine acts of love that Jesus desires for His disciples. Secondly, it will help us show our neighbors the love and support that can be found in Christ-centered relationships. We will...
Study the unique Biblical ways our love for one another can be practiced that surpasses the limits of worldly relationships.
Rekindle, repair, and renew our love for one another after the isolation and social challenges of the last 18 months.
Plan and encourage additional opportunities to spend time together.
Develop a Christ-centered love for one another that neighbors and friends seeking God will notice and want to join.
Our hope is these lessons will draw all of us closer together, and will stir us as a church, and individually, to abound in love for one another.
|Sermon Title||Sunday P.M.|
|“By This, The World Will Know…” (John 13:35)||January|
|Why Christianity Can Create Community||February|
|Reasons We Don’t Need One Another||March|
|Honor One Another (Romans 12:10)||April|
|Welcome One Another (1 Peter 4:9; Romans 15:7)||May|
|Serve One Another (Galatians 5:13)||June|
|Stir Up One Another (Hebrews 10:24-25)||July|
|Confer With One Another (Acts 1:14; Acts 4:15)||August|
|Confess & Pray with One Another (James 5:16)||September|
|Address One Another in Song (Ephesians 5:19)||October|
|Forbearing with One Another (Colossians 3:13)||November|
|Conclusion: The Test of our Love for God (1 John 4:7)||December|