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Everyone has a story and everyone is still writing their story. In Ephesians 3 we see how Paul knows his own story, knows God's story and knows what it means to live in God's story. The question becomes, whose story are you living in? It is only when we get caught up in God's larger story do we live lives of meaning, intentionality and purpose. Bec…
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Why is it that essentially every modern person values diversity and equity? Well, Christianity and the gospel. But our world is longing for real, meaningful unity. In Ephesians 2 we find the power and purpose for unity. God's heart is for his church to be a people where different people - different racially, ethnically, socio-economically, politica…
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In various ways, we are all trying to fill a spiritual hole with a material thing. This leads to inhabiting a fragile identity. Union with Christ, the focus of Ephesians 2:1-10, is the only remedy and gives us a secure identity in Christ. In this sermon we explore what it means to be United with Christ by grace through faith and the implications th…
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When the gospel came to Ephesus in the first century AD, a riot broke out. The good news of Jesus upended pagan ways of thinking and living. A similar confrontation awaits us as we encounter Paul’s letter to the Ephesians. This glorious epistle challenges us to ponder the story we're living in, the purpose we're pursuing, and the relationships we'r…
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Doubt, despair, division: these words aptly describe our cultural moment. But as an outpost of God’s kingdom, the church is meant to be different. The New Testament epistle of Philippians grounds Christians in the cruciform love of God, showing how the gospel makes us a people of uncommon unity, unusual joy, and contagious hope.…
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Doubt, despair, division: these words aptly describe our cultural moment. But as an outpost of God’s kingdom, the church is meant to be different. The New Testament epistle of Philippians grounds Christians in the cruciform love of God, showing how the gospel makes us a people of uncommon unity, unusual joy, and contagious hope.…
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Doubt, despair, division: these words aptly describe our cultural moment. But as an outpost of God’s kingdom, the church is meant to be different. The New Testament epistle of Philippians grounds Christians in the cruciform love of God, showing how the gospel makes us a people of uncommon unity, unusual joy, and contagious hope.…
  continue reading
 
Doubt, despair, division: these words aptly describe our cultural moment. But as an outpost of God’s kingdom, the church is meant to be different. The New Testament epistle of Philippians grounds Christians in the cruciform love of God, showing how the gospel makes us a people of uncommon unity, unusual joy, and contagious hope.…
  continue reading
 
Doubt, despair, division: these words aptly describe our cultural moment. But as an outpost of God’s kingdom, the church is meant to be different. The New Testament epistle of Philippians grounds Christians in the cruciform love of God, showing how the gospel makes us a people of uncommon unity, unusual joy, and contagious hope.…
  continue reading
 
Doubt, despair, division: these words aptly describe our cultural moment. But as an outpost of God’s kingdom, the church is meant to be different. The New Testament epistle of Philippians grounds Christians in the cruciform love of God, showing how the gospel makes us a people of uncommon unity, unusual joy, and contagious hope.…
  continue reading
 
Doubt, despair, division: these words aptly describe our cultural moment. But as an outpost of God’s kingdom, the church is meant to be different. The New Testament epistle of Philippians grounds Christians in the cruciform love of God, showing how the gospel makes us a people of uncommon unity, unusual joy, and contagious hope.…
  continue reading
 
Doubt, despair, division: these words aptly describe our cultural moment. But as an outpost of God’s kingdom, the church is meant to be different. The New Testament epistle of Philippians grounds Christians in the cruciform love of God, showing how the gospel makes us a people of uncommon unity, unusual joy, and contagious hope.…
  continue reading
 
Doubt, despair, division: these words aptly describe our cultural moment. But as an outpost of God’s kingdom, the church is meant to be different. The New Testament epistle of Philippians grounds Christians in the cruciform love of God, showing how the gospel makes us a people of uncommon unity, unusual joy, and contagious hope.…
  continue reading
 
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