New Teaching Series: Tattoos On Our Hearts, Gal 5
NEW SERMON SERIES starting July 7th:
We will look verse by verse at Galatians, chapter 5. Martin Luther, the father of the protestant reformation, was instrumental in making the Bible more accessible to the common man. While later in his years he was often controversial, his contribution to helping people in his day understand this ancient text was important. Galatians was his favorite book, and it was central to his understanding of the gospel.
In this series, Pastor Jan will explore the 5th chapter of the Apostle Paul’s letter to the church in Galatia. Many parts may be hard for us to understand in our current day. Using the metaphor of tattoos, we will explore the lessons that Paul shared in a way that they can easily understand in our culture.
DISCLAIMER: I am not trying to convince you to get a tattoo.
In our culture, tattoos often represent the expressions of who WE are and an expression of what is written on our hearts. Our Hearts are often inked by our humanity, our past, and whom we have become. We believe tattoos are permanent. They identify us, both in how we see ourselves as well as how others see us. However, tattoos can be covered and renewed, changing their original meaning, they can sometimes be faded away with cream, and yes, often it takes painful laser surgery to remove them. The point is, tattoos are not as permanent as we might think.
Join Pastor Jan on this journey with the Apostle Paul as we explore the Tattoos written on our hearts, how Jesus can set us free, and how what we think defines us, can change us– as we live life in the Spirit.
July 7th: Christ Has Set Us Free (Galatians 5:1-7)
July 14th: Choose Your Artist Carefully (Galatians 5:8-15)
July 21st: Changing Old Tattoos (Galatians 5:16-21)
July 28th: Behold The Tattoos That Set Us Free (Galatians 5:22-26)