Sunday May 21: Ephesians 4:1-6, “Unity is Hard Work (and it’s our job to do it?)”
By Pastor Bill Flavin

This week we continue our Ephesians series. Ephesians 4 comes back to the topic of Christian unity, and both a call and reminder that part of our call from Jesus is that others will know we follow him by the way we love one another.  One way that love is expressed is working hard at staying united in Christ, and working through things that try to divide us.

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Sunday May 19:  Nehemiah 4, “Who Said This Was Hard?”

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Sunday May 12:  Nehemiah 3, “All In This Together”

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