Love

What Love Looks Like

Rev. Stacey Cox

What Love Looks Like

We use the word LOVE so loosely now we're in danger of losing its meaning. What is love? The great 20th-century icon Forrest Gump famously said, "I may not be a smart man, but I know what love is." What is it? What's the difference between "loving" your favorite (insert college team here) and loving your relative who hurt you deeply? Or loving a Christian brother versus loving someone who is hostile towards your faith? That's where we are headed Sunday. Make plans to join us for "What Love Looks Like"!  

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When a Man Loves a Woman

By Stacey Cox

Before Boaz could take Ruth to be his bride, certain obligations had to be met within the Levirate Law. A godly man, Boaz was determined to act in accordance with this law of redemption - even though it meant waiting and risking the loss of Ruth to a closer kinsman-redeemer.  Boaz's deep, personal love for Ruth shines through in this final chapter of the book. Love found a way. Join us Sunday for "When a Man Loves a Woman."

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Love is in the Air

By Stacey Cox

After a long, hot summer, fall is making an appearance. There's a chill in the morning air. Signs of the season are beginning to appear: apples, pumpkins, and hay bales. Similarly, something is stirring in the air, as we transition from Chapter 2 to Chapter 3 of Ruth: love. The signs are becoming clearer. Unlike the falling temps of autumn, temps are rising in the budding romance of Boaz and Ruth in Chapter 3. Sunday we continue our study in Ruth with "Love is in the Air." Hope you will join us!