UA-20646317-1

Subscribe to the Sermons

You may enter your email address to subscribe to the WCPC sermons:

Also available on iTunes and Google Play

Fellowship: People to Live With

The purpose of the Church can be summed up with the mnemonic, WIFE.

W – Worship

I – Instruction

F – Fellowship

E – Evangelism

We are now adopted into the family of God. We can now join in “One-another-ing” each other.

How to One-Another:

  • How to be Friends
    • Affirm one another’s strengths, abilities, and gifts
    • Affirm one another’s equal importance in Christ
    • Affirm one another through visible affection
  • How to be Family
    • Share one another’s space, goods, and time
    • Share one another’s needs and problems
    • Share one another’s beliefs, thinking, and spirituality.
  • How to be Servants
    • Serve one another through accountability
    • Serve one another through forgiveness and reconciliation
    • Serve one another’s interests rather than our own.

Instructions: Principles to Live By

The purpose of the Church can be summed up with the mnemonic, WIFE.

W – Worship

I – Instruction

F – Fellowship

E – Evangelism

In this second week of learning about the purpose of the Church, we focus on instruction within the Church. Who do you believe is telling the truth? Whose voice do you believe? Whose voice did the early Church listen to and believe in?

Worship: Power to Live on

This week we begin a new series on the purpose of the Church. The purpose of the Church can be summed up with the mnemonic, WIFE.

W – Worship

I – Instruction

F – Fellowship

E – Evangelism

Worship is central to everyone’s life. Today we learn about how we are to worship.

Daily Bread

Praying for daily bread is a problem for us because daily bread isn’t a problem for us. As we live in one of the wealthiest nations in the world, is praying for this even relevant for our lives anymore? The answer is found in two questions: What does “give us this day our daily bread” mean? Why should we pray for this daily bread?

 

Matthew 6:9-13

Matthew 6:25-34

“Your Kingdom Come”

The Lords’ Prayer: Praying and Living As Our Savior Taught Us

“Your Kingdom Come”

Matthew 6:9-13; Luke 11:1-13; Luke 3:21-22; Luke 4:42–43; Luke 5:16; Luke 6:12-13; Luke 9:18

What is the true purpose of prayer? Are our hands clenched, grasping for power and peace, or open, reaching for the presence of our Heavenly Father?

  • The purpose of prayer.
  • The posture of prayer.

Feasting

Do we listen for the parties at Church? God is a party planer by taking the time of his people and organizing it around times of celebrations. As God comes near, His presence creates a pulse of Joy that should become the heart beat of His people. How does this relate to us today?

Leviticus 23:1-8

Leviticus 23:33-44