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Sermons on Ephesians

PM – What Has He Done For Me?

The more we read and get into His word, the more we can understand what God has done for us through Christ. But often times, it is hard to see these blessings especially (1) when we feel so worthless, undeserving, and guilty because we know we are not living right or (2) when our life is filled with pain and suffering. Let’s revisit the type of God we serve and what He has done for us, so that we can not only encourage ourselves but also be prepared to encourage others.

AM – All In: Uniting Our Outreach Approaches

This morning we complete our “All In” series with a look at how the church carries out the mission of Jesus together. God made us different, and our personalities will naturally reach out in different ways. Let’s look at some of the different outreach approaches in the New Testament, and think about how we can all contribute to the outreach mission of the church…

AM – The Old Me and the New Me: My Attitude Toward Others

This morning we complete our Sunday morning series on “The Old Me and the New Me” from Ephesians chapter 4.  We end with verses 31-32, which show us two very different ways we can relate to other people.  In a sinful world where people will hurt us, will my attitude  be like the “old self,” or can I grow to where the “new me” treats others more like Christ?

AM – The Old Me and the New Me

Our 2018 theme is “Transformed,” and this morning we begin a Sunday morning series on one of the Bible’s great transformation passages: Ephesians 4:17-32. In this first lesson, we study verses 17-24, where Paul lays out the big picture of how Christian transformation occurs. Hopefully it will challenge us to ask: am I allowing myself to continually be transformed in Christ?