Pastor Kevin takes a look at Philippians 4:8-9. As citizens of heaven walking in relationship with the risen Christ, our thoughts need to dwell on godly things that feed the spirit and the mind.
As believers, redeemed by the blood of Jesus, we can live gracious lives of thankfulness and joy, always confident in the sovereign care of our Heavenly Father.
Pastor Kevin takes a look at the realm in which we find our identity as true followers of Jesus Christ. Though we, as believers in Jesus Christ, exist on this earth and are called to significantly interact with it, our true belonging is to the realm and motivations of heaven.
Pastor Kevin continues with his series in Philippians. While the source of Christian truth is found within the pages of Scripture, God has ordained for us to grow within the context of community by emulating those who are already modeling a biblical walk with Christ.
Randy Junion shares from Colossians 2:1-10 the importance of establishing a firm foundation in Jesus Christ and becoming complete in Him.
Randy & Mary Junion share their personal testimony of God’s redeeming and sustaining grace in their lives. Note: At the end of the testimony there is a reference to a music video. That can be played by clicking on the following link: My Redeemer Lives (Nicole C. Mullen)
Pastor Kevin picks up with the theme of knowing Christ introduced last week. The authentic Christ-following life is a continual process of growing in relationship to Jesus, knowing Him more fully and allowing His influence to change us.
Pastor Kevin shares from Philippians 3:1-11. All of the Christian life can be boiled down to one central aim: to know Christ and let the significance of His death and resurrection be modeled in our lives.
Pastor Kevin takes a look at some practical implications of our salvation coming out of Philippians 2:12-18. Our salvation is more than a simple decision of faith; it is authentic belief worked out in life.
Pastor Kevin explores Philippians 2:9-11. The risen Christ has been exalted to the highest place of honor as Lord and deserves our full surrender and worship. Note: There was difficulty with the video recording of the message this morning. Only the audio is available.