Sunday April 7: Matthew 25:31-46, “Who is the Flock of Christ?”
By Guest Speaker, Brian Ellis, Next Gen Pastor

In Matthew 25:31-46, we are told about the sheep and goats. What does it mean to be in the flock of Christ? What should the life of a sheep look like? Sunday we will look at the radical life of service we are called to and how that translates to our modern world.

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