If you are a head of a household, then you have an official ministry leadership position in the church; and it is our job to make sure that you are sufficiently equipped and encouraged in your role as a man before God, your wife, your children, your church, and your community. Please pray for us, and offer us feedback, on how we can serve you better. You have every right to expect the very best from us.
SUNDAY SERMON. The sermon this Sunday will be over some or all of Romans 6:8-13. Up to this point of the chapter, Paul has told us that we are dead to sin, and he has explained the mechanics of how that is true. In Romans 6:8-13, Paul builds upon this fact and tells us what some of the ramifications of our death to sin are. A provisional title I have given this section is, “Since We Are Dead to Sin.” In these verses, Paul is essentially saying, “Since we are dead to sin, here are some things we should believe . . . and things we should do . . . and not do.” It might be a good exercise for you to go through these verses and make a list of what the practical ramifications of our death to sin are (and it’s not a bad question to ask your family if you ponder this passage together with them in family worship).