This week we finish our Ephesians series. Life can throw a lot at us. Ephesians moves to conclude with instructions for how it is that our faith can ground us, and guide us with all life sends our way.
This week we continue our Ephesians series. The second half of Ephesians 5 looks to how our homes and families change in light of our faith in Jesus. This might be one of the most quoted passages in conversation about men and women’s roles, and what scripture has to say about how we live and support one another.
This week we continue our Ephesians series. What does a Christian look like? Ephesians 5 looks practically at how as Christians our lives should look different from our culture in some core ways. That our speech, our relationships, and our relationship with money fundamentally change when we meet Jesus.
This week we continue our Ephesians series. God has gifted all who believe in him with the Holy Spirit, which means…. The second part of Ephesians 4 encourages us that we have gifts and abilities given so that we can serve one another and the greater community.
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.
By Pastor Bill Flavin In the first part of our Ephesians series it sets the foundation for forgiveness in Christ, and the unity we find together because of what Jesus has done for us. This week, we lean into our call as the church to share, and to embody hope to the world.
This week we continue to dig into Ephesian’s focus on unity with God and with one another. In a world where it’s easy to focus on winning and losing, Ephesians 2 challenges us to focus on the unity we find in Jesus and what He has done for all of us on the cross.
This week we continue our Ephesians series, Ephesians 2 reminds us that we are made alive through Christ. We belong to the kingdom of heaven because of Christ’s loving sacrifice. That sacrifice empowers us to live as a servant and display the love of Christ to others.