As we continue to go the letter of 1 Corinthians, Paul really brings home the heart of his message. This will be a great one to dig into!



Do you think there is an after life? Do you ever feel like God loves everyone else but not you? Did you ever feel like you have done too much for God to be able to forgive you?

We explore these very things as the apostle Paul’s lays out his thoughts on some of the thoughts we sometimes embrace. He will lay out a full picture that doesn’t just impact your eternity but your life today!


As we have been going through the “Margins” series looking for areas to grow to be more like Jesus, we find freedom comes with some personal sacrifice to obtain Christ’s best. Is it worth it? Can we trust Jesus with our lives?

In this study, we look at the evidence on why we believe Jesus is the real deal. We look at the reasons we have to believe both in the logical, emotional, and personal.

Skeptic about Jesus? This might be a good study to dive into to see why we believe.

Believe in Jesus? The is a GREAT study to remind you why we can be certain of our faith, what it means to our lives today, and why it is more than just wanting to get to go to Heaven someday.


For the last several studies, we have been studying Paul’s teachings on spiritual gifts in 1 Corinthians. All of this has been building towards a special announcement of something coming in July which will finally be revealed in this podcast!

This is a great talk on how worship should look versus some of the challenges we see in different church environments.

In this study on spiritual gifts, Paul digs in to two particular gifts in particular; peaking in tongues and prophecy. Learn more about both, their proper place in the church and our mission, and why we should be desiring the gifts of the Spirit in our lives. We’re not talking about being pentecostal, we’re talking about being filled in the Spirit!


Spiritual Gifts: Love

The third study in our spiritual gifts study. As Paul is getting ready to address the division in the Corinthian church over different spiritual gifts, he makes a purposeful break to talk to them about the most excellent way; love.

While this chapter is well know for weddings, it’s original context had to do with unity in the church. How do we keep unity? What is your part when it comes to love? What does it look like when Christians forget the importance of love as our motivation. These three remain; faith, hope and love… join us at an honest look at the greatest of these…..love.


Join us as we continue our studies on spiritual gifts, how they work in your life, and how they come together through the local body church! There’s so much more than many of us embrace! tsflife.com