By Greg Byman
May 20, 2018
St Joe Community Church
What on earth are you here for? What person are you to marry? Children to raise? Vocation to occupy? Mission to join? Whatever God may have in store for you, that calling will fall within the parameters that his word provides for all believers in Christ.
This week, Pastor Greg Byman takes a look at Luke 10:25-37 and 1 Peter 4:10-11 to consider Jesus’ mandate to personally represent God’s mercy to this world. Pastor Byman delivered “What On Earth Am I Here For? Part 5: Serve Others” on May 20, 2018 at St. Joe Community Church.
Click "Read More" to access Pastor's Notes, Transcripion and Slides.
By Pastor Greg Byman
January 28, 2018, 10:00 a.m.
A search for the word “content” reveals that Scripture has much to say about the matter. In Philippians 4:11, the apostle Paul famously exhorts millennia of fellow Christ-followers, “I have learned in whatever situation I am to be content.”
But how do we become and remain content? Today, Pastor Greg Byman opens a new series called “Keys to Contentment” and today’s message is entitled, “Adjust Your Perspective.” The sermon was preached on January 28, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.
B: Bible book
Many sermons in the St. Joe archive are machine-transcribed. St. Joe is presently transcribing its entire sermon library to render its content more easily accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing, those who speak English as a second language, and to make the sermon content searchable for everybody. While machine transcription makes this logistically and financially more viable, accuracy is sometimes sacrificed. St. Joe is gradually replacing machine transcription with human transcription as time and financial resources allow. Each sermon costs between $30 to $60 to transcribe. If you would like to help see the preached Word of God become accessible to more people, please consider an investment in the St. Joe ministry through the PayPal platform by sending funds to StJoeOnlineGiving@gmail.com, or click here.