New Sermon Series

There are certain things we do that we know are in opposition to what God wants for us, but we rationalize them as acceptable, even respectable. We’ve made them “respectable sins.” And, part of the deal with “respectable sins” is that they often seem hidden – yet they are fully present. In fact, “respectable sins” actually thrive on not having notoriety, but they have a widespread practice. For these reasons, this series will focus on what some common “respectable sins” are in our day and on how we can find freedom from them.

There are certain things we do that we know are in opposition to what God wants for us, but we rationalize them as acceptable, even respectable. We’ve made them “respectable sins.” And, part of the deal with “respectable sins” is that they often seem hidden – yet they are fully present. In fact, “respectable sins” actually thrive on not having notoriety, but they have a widespread practice. For these reasons, this series will focus on what some common “respectable sins” are in our day and on how we can find freedom from them.