The Table: A Special Easter Teaching Series

Easter 2015 At City on a Hill Easter is hands down the biggest celebration of the year for Christians around the world. It is the time we gather to make much Jesus work, primarily his substitutionary┬ádeath on the cross and his victorious conquering of sin and death through the resurrection. This is an opportunity for …

Sex? Marriage? Yes, No, Maybe So.

This past week we looked at 1 Corinthians 6:11-20 where Paul speaks to the Corinthian church about sexual immorality (porneia) and the response Christians should have towards it. The message created an enormous amount of discussion both on the campus with our young men and online as some of the aspects of sexual immorality were …

Porneia & Christians

“It’s my body body, I can do whatever I want.” Though this is only a partially true statement, it is not at all wise.” Corinth was a first century Las Vegas. It was a large port city where sailers sought to unload their cargo and load up on booze. It was the city where all …

Meet Our New Deacon Leigh Ann Lowe

When you read the book of Acts in chapter six, you see that the apostles were becoming overwhelmed with the amount of ministry they were doing and it was taking away from their primary calling to preach the gospel. Not only that, because they were so busy some of the people that needed tended to …

Church Fight Club

Growing up in elementary school in Kentucky my buddies and I were always afraid that someone would sue us. I know it sounds totally ridiculous. Why would someone sue a nine year old kid? But at this time in history it seemed that everyone was suing everyone. There were these urban legends of people who …

Come Have Dinner With Us

We recently moved into our new facility at 107 East Parish Street and we really want to get to know our neighbors. So on Wednesday February 11th at 7:00 PM we will be hosting a free dinner for anyone who would like to come, especially if you live on the north side of Statesboro. We …

Humble Like Jesus

The fall has effected us all in such a tragic way that we tend not to see its effects until it is far too late. One way that the fall effected us is that it has messed up the way that we view not only ourselves, but God. In light of the fall we all …