Three Elements of Loving Correction

I Corinthians 4:14-21

Andrew Wong – September 17, 2017

Knowing God

I Corinthians 4:6-13

Andrew Esping – September 10, 2017

The Evaluation of a Minister

I Corinthians 4:1-5

Kert Martin – September 3, 2017

Do You Know You're the Temple?

I Corinthians 3:16-23

Andrew Wong – August 27, 2017

The Foundation of the Church

I Corinthians 3:1-15

Andrew Esping – August 20, 2017

The True Wisdom of God

I Corinthians 2:6-31

Andrew Esping – August 13, 2017

Service Time

Please arrive at 10:00am before service begins at 10:30am.

Bring lunch and join us for a fellowship meal after the conclusion of the service.


4372 Casa Brazilia Dr
Suite 302
St Louis, MO 63129

We are located in the Brazilia Plaza Building – at the corner of Kinswood Lane and Forder Road.

We welcome you to our website in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Our goal at Reformation Christian Assembly is to glorify and worship our true, living and holy Triune Lord.

  • We desire to present Christ-centered preaching and teaching based upon the Scriptures which is the infallible Word of God.
  • The purpose of the church is to glorify God by submitting to His Word; therefore we seek to build up the saints through the doctrinal preaching of the whole counsel of God.
  • We believe that God’s sovereign grace alone saves us as sinners therefore our righteousness is found in Christ alone.
  • We believe that Scripture shows us that we should worship as families so we encourage family members to sit together as families for the worship of our Lord.

Worship Schedule

Sep 24 – Sermon: Kert Martin
Oct 1 – Sermon: Andrew Wong
Oct 8 – Sermon: Kert Martin
Oct 15 – Sermon: Andrew Esping

Note: This is a tentative schedule and is subject to change. (Updated 9/18/17)

Current Series

Andrew Wong

Text: 1 Corinthians 4:14-21

I Corinthians Series


In our passage, Paul adopts a fatherly tone in his letter as he transitions to address the immoral behavior in the church of Corinth. In our sermon, we’ll look at the role of correction and discipline and the power of God in the lives of believers. 1 Corinthians 4:14-21

Sermon Series

Latest Sermons

11 Knowing God

September 10, 2017

Andrew Esping

Text: I Corinthians 4:6-13

I Corinthians Series


This week we will build upon last week's discussion of God's teachers in the Corinthian community as we follow Paul's chastisement of the Corinthian church. The Corinthian church seemed to consider themselves lowly in the eyes of the world and feared persecution. We will examine how Paul deals with the fears of the Corinthians as he compares the position held by the apostles to that of the Corinthian Christians. I Corinthians 4:6-13

10 Evaluation of a Minister

September 3, 2017

Kert Martin

Text: 1 Corinthians 4:1-5

I Corinthians Series

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1 Corinthians 4:1-5 focuses on the true nature and marks of God's minister. Paul wants to establish some basic guidelines and standards by which we evaluate those who preach and teach. He deals with the congregation's attitudes, the Corinthians are putting one minister above another; which is causing division and is destroying God's church. We will also look at how ministers are to evaluate themselves. Three points this week: 1. The Identity of a minister 2. The Requirements of a minister 3. The Evaluation of a minister 1 Corinthians 4:1-5

9 Do You Know You’re The Temple?

August 27, 2017

Andrew Wong

Text: I Corinthians 3:16-23

I Corinthians Series


From considering the external construction of God’s church, Paul now interrogates the contents of the believers. Sin and pride can deceive us into propping ourselves as the arbiters of wisdom. However, God’s omniscience permeates our own facades and conjectures to reveal the fallibility of the human wisdom that we want to boast in. Sin and pride also cheat us out of the wisdom that God would give to us through His means. I Corinthians 3:16-23

8 The Foundation of the Church

August 20, 2017

Andrew Esping

Text: I Corinthians 3:1-15

I Corinthians Series


As we begin our examination of chapter 3 the issue of unity will remain front and center. But in this study, we will take special note of how God works through men in order to save His people. We rightly place significance upon great men and women of God; which is fine as long as we don't lose sight of the one who gifted and molded them. In addition, we will take some time to discuss the importance of inward-focused ministry and how God uses the different gifts of Christians to create a community of workers focused on bringing the light of the gospel into a dark world. I Corinthians 3:1-15

7 The True Wisdom of God

August 13, 2017

Kert Martin

Text: I Corinthians 2:6-16

I Corinthians Series


As we bring 1 Corinthians chapter 2 to a close let us see two key points. First, man cannot discover true wisdom through his means; study, experience, observation, reason, may pursue wisdom but will never find the wisdom of God. Second, Paul teaches us in verses 10-16 true wisdom only comes from God. We don't discover wisdom, wisdom is revealed to us through the Spirit, by revelation, inspiration, and illumination. Our search for wisdom is really a search for eternity, let us look to God for wisdom, as the Psalmist wrote: "Open my eyes that I may behold the wonderful things in thy law." I Corinthians 2:6-16

6 Preaching Christ Crucified

August 6, 2017

Andrew Wong

Text: I Corinthians 2:1-5

I Corinthians Series


In Andrew Wong's sermon this week we’ll see Paul sharing his personal experience in preaching what the world considers foolish, in a way that’s considered weak. But though the message of “Christ crucified” may lack persuasiveness or popularity, it has its own power. The hope in this week’s sermon is that we would grow in our determination to be faithful to the message of “Christ crucified,” and that even in our own weakness, we would grow in our faith in and reliance upon the power of God. I Corinthians 2:1-5

5 Who We are in Christ

July 30, 2017

Andrew Esping

Text: I Corinthians 1:26-31

I Corinthians Series


Last week we began this section of 1st Corinthians by characterizing those who reject Christianity and see the cross as foolishness. This week we will focus on the outward characteristics of true followers of Christ, specifically how the world views Christians. Needless to say God chooses His people not based upon any earthly standard. In fact, God's people often tend to be those who are considered low in society. Hopefully our amazement factor will be off the chart as we consider that our God requires no earthly status or condition for salvation. Outside of His Sovereign will, there is nothing man can do to attain salvation, it is a free gift from God given to those He desires to be merciful to. All for His glory not ours. God is the one who boasts of infinite mercy and love. Christians also boast, but not in themselves. Instead they boast in the God who saved them because of who He is, not because of who the they are. I Corinthians 1:26-31