Christ Jesus is my Lord; what now? Where do I go from here? What does it look like for us to follow after Jesus after being redeemed by His blood? Join us this morning as we work through Philippians 2, unpacking some theological concepts that illuminate Gods plan/will for each of us.
The church today often gets a bad rap. We recognize that the church is comprised of depraved individuals who often, despite our best efforts, make the church look pretty bad. So what is the church supposed to look like? What does it look like when a church lives out its discipleship? Join us this morning as Philippians guides us through this complex issue.
What allows the apostle Paul to face incredibly difficult circumstances (pain and hardship), yet possess a resounding spirit of joy? What allows him to make such radical claims like, “to live is Christ, but to die is gain”? Could it be that he doesn’t rejoice in his circumstances, but has something much more faithful that drives him? Join us this morning as we unpack and explore this topic.
Paul regular challenges his readers throughout the letter to the Philippians to be ALL IN as it pertains to their discipleship. What does this look like? How do we do this? Join us this morning as we begin to unpack this thought.
When we think of the game of poker, we think of a game in which you bet upon the cards in your hand. The better the cards, the better your bet. In Christ, the Disciple has been given a hand that can not be defeated; it’s a hand that can not lose. As a result, what does it look like to go “All in” with the Gospel of Jesus Christ? Join us this morning as we introduce the series and unpack three marks of a disciple of Christ.