Most people aspire to be “good" people. Culture’s minimal definition of a “good person” is someone who makes decisions and has behaviors that doesn’t hurt anyone physically, emotionally, or financially and doesn’t damage or steal property that isn’t theirs. That’s the minimal level of being “good" people in our culture today. In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus defines what a “good person" really is, and how that person deals with anger, sex, broken relationships, and dishonesty. You’re probably a “good" person, but let’s learn to be better than ever.
Our new series, “Good" People starts Sunday, April 8 at 9:00 and 10:30 am. Kids activities available at each worship service for ages 6 weeks - 6th grade.