As Paul explains, in the body of Christ the Church, everyone has a role, and no role is too small.
We have the joy of one of our college students preaching this Sunday. Conner Steensma is a student at Kuyper College and will be sharing a message with us on the Lord’s Prayer.
As we close out our last message in this series, Paul shows us how living the Gospel brings us Peace in this world. Do you need peace?
Our last message was about living the Gospel, which included having the same attitude as Christ who served us unselfishly. This week we continue with that theme, but Paul emphasizes not only should we serve sacrificially, we should do it with Joy. How do we do that?
In this passage Paul gets to the center of his message to the Philippians Church. What does it mean to live in a manner worthy of the Gospel?
Paul is facing the possibility of being executed for preaching the Gospel. He is asking himself a question we all will probably face at one time in our life. “Is it better to live or is it better to die?” His perspective his helpful in finding Joy in life and in death.
Today we begin our Message Series on the book of Philippians. In this letter Paul gives prayers of Thanksgiving while full of Joy. Where does this joy come from since he is writing while in prison?
Welcome to Youth Sunday. Our Director of Family Discipleship will continue our series on the Holy Spirit and how the Spirit lives through us.
How does God speak to us today? How can we listen to God?