The Secret to Contentment

Nov 21, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — Christian contentment is that sweet, inward, quiet, gracious frame of spirit which freely submits to and delights in God’s wise and fatherly disposal in every condition.” (Jeremiah Burroughs) In our final lesson in our series of “Thankfulness” we reach a familiar text this discusses contentment in circumstances. In our text, the Apostle Paul reveals the secret to remaining content no matter the situation. This morning we will examine this secret and apply its timeless principles to our life.

The Path to Contentment

Nov 14, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — As we continue our Thanksgiving series, we turn our attention to an attitude and lifestyle that benefits us greatly. The attitude of contentment. When it comes to our material goods and blessings, how do we remain content in a society that tells us we do not have enough or that we need the latest and greatest item? The Apostle Paul answers our question in a text to the young minister Timothy.

Remember God in a Time of Scarcity

Oct 31, 2021  Elisha Freeman — As we enter into the holiday season, we begin a series of lessons focused on helping us develop a heart, mind, and life of gratitude. For our first lesson, we go to a familiar passage in Deuteronomy where Moses reminds Israel and us that the source of all blessing is the Lord. We are to remember Him, not forget Him, and ultimately listen to Him in all circumstances.

ReThinking Leadership—What Our Leaders Need

Jan 06, 2916 — Elisha Freeman

Raleigh Church of Christ has been blessed by God with men who have heard the call of the Bible and accepted roles as Elders and Deacons. As our Elders install six new deacons this morning, we must ask a question: “What do our church leaders needGod, Jesus, Holy Spirit, Elders, Deacons, Leaders, Leadership, Servants, Grace, Peace, Prayer, Thanks, Partnership, Gospel, Growth from us as members?” Our answer will come from the Apostle Paul in the opening verses of his Philippians letter