Posts Tagged ‘The Peasant Princess

04
Dec
08

The Peasant Princess, Pt. 9: Do Not Awaken Love

After a week off for Thanksgiving time, we are back on at Friday Nights in Ferndale. I missed you guys last week and look forward to hanging out tomorrow night.

Love is not something that can be taken, only given. In his sermon on Song of Songs 8:1-7, Pastor Mark Driscoll expounds on the marriage of two servant lovers who reflect on the love they’ve cultivated. The sermon also includes some good practical advice for unmarried folks.

Come join us Friday, December 5th, at 244 Berding Street in Ferndale for the ninth message in Mars Hill Church’s The Peasant Princess series, “Do Not Awaken Love.” Dinner begins at 6:00, teaching begins around 7:00. Childcare will be available.

20
Nov
08

The Peasant Princess, Pt. 8: Into The Fields

This Friday night, pastor Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church in Seattle explores Song of Songs 7:11-13 in the sermon “Into The Fields.” Mark says that this is the most practical sermon ever preached at Mars Hill, and it’s all about how to date and romance well. Learn about how the idea of sabbath works with dating. The sermon is once again followed by a time of questions and answers with Pastor Mark and his wife Grace.

Come join us Friday, November 21st, at 244 Berding Street in Ferndale for the eighth message in Mars Hill Church‘s The Peasant Princess series, “Into The Fields.” Dinner begins at 6:00, teaching begins around 7:00. Childcare will be available.

20
Oct
08

The Garden

 

After watching the sermon “His Garden” from the Peasant Princess series at Mars Hill Church, I was reminded of a story I read many years ago. After some sleuthing on The Google, I was able to find it. I hope you enjoy it!

“The Garden” by Douglas Wilson, excerpted from his book Her Hand in Marriage.

16
Oct
08

The Peasant Princess, Part 4: His Garden

A wedding day is a beautiful thing, but the most important day of your marriage is the last day. In this sermon, Pastor Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church in Seattle looks at the wedding day of the Princess and King Solomon. The first day paints the picture of a wonderful marriage, but later, the marriage is ruined because Solomon does not stay faithful to his wife, his covenant, or his God. A marriage should be lived with a focus on the last day, and we should learn from the sins of King Solomon.

Come join us Friday, October 17th, at 244 Berding Street in Ferndale for the fourth message in Mars Hill Church‘s The Peasant Princess series, “His Garden.” Dinner begins at 6:00, teaching begins around 7:00. Childcare will be available.
 

16
Oct
08

The Peasant Princess, Part 3: The Little Foxes- Video/Audio Links

I didn’t post this last week, but here are links to download the video and audio from Part 3, The Little Foxes.

The Little Foxes- Video or Audio

To download any media related to this sermon series, visit peasantprincess.com

02
Oct
08

the peasant princess: sweet to my taste

Marriages crumble often because the husband and wife don’t communicate or take care of each other. In the Song of Songs, God gives us principles for married couples that will help keep them faithful to each other and satisfied with one another. Pastor Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church preaches on some of these principles in the second message in The Peasant Princess: A Love Story from the Song of Songs series.


Come join us Friday, October 3rd, at 244 Berding Street in Ferndale for the second message in Mars Hill Church‘s The Peasant Princess series, “Sweet To My Taste.” Dinner begins at 6:00, teaching begins around 7:00. Childcare will be available.

For those who are interested, see the following link for the corresponding notes/discussion (pdf file) from this sermon: The Peasant Princess: Sweet To My Taste notes .



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