The message is from Ephesians 4:1-6. Paul pulls no punches with is answer: unity among Christians. For the Ephesians (and ourselves) this was no easy task, but this coming Sunday we will see how the Gospel moves us past ourselves and into Christian unity.
The message is from John 15:1-8. We are going to take a look at the practice of abiding in Christ. This practice (abiding in Christ) is crucial for every Christian who is being changed at the heart level by God.
The message is from Ephesians 3:14-21. As we close out the first half of Ephesians, Paul leaves us with this one thought: God is able to do more than we could ask...or think. God (and His eternal salvation for believers) is going to far surpass anything we've ever imagined.
The message is from Ephesians 3:14-21. Sputtering? Feel like you're running on the last gospel fumes? Paul's climactic end to Ephesians 1-3 explains how God does the impossible in filling our hearts up with the love of Christ.
The message is from Ephesians 3:1-13. Does God view the church as a mere drive-thru on Sunday morning where I pick up a spiritual happy meal? We all know that it is about something much bigger than that. In this message, we see why it's worth pouring out our lives for Christ's church.
The message is from Ephesians 2:11-22. Walls of hostility between spouses, Christians, people in general, etc., unfortunately exist. In our passage this week Paul tells us how the wall between the Jews and Gentiles came down. Question to consider: how do you approach walls of hostility between you and others?