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Philippians: Gospel Joy in a Broken World

Philippians: Holy Habit of Gospel People; Part 2

Continuing in our topic of Holy Habits of Gospel People, we finish our last 4 habits coming out of Philippians.

Philippians: Holy Habits of Gospel People

As we continue through the book of Philippians, we take a Sunday to look at holy habits in the context of the Church at Philipi and ideas behind what that means and the experience they entail.

Philippians: Gospel-maturity in a broken world

As we continue through the book of Philippians, we take a Sunday to look at Gospel-maturity in the context of the Church at Philipi and ideas behind what that means and the experience it entails.

Philippians: Knowing Jesus

What would it look like in your life if you lost everything? Would that be a positive thing or a negative. Paul seems to think its a good thing. Nevin walks us through the first part of chapter 3 discussing this.

Philippians: Responding to Jesus

How do we work out our salvation with fear and trembling? Are we not saved by faith? and not works? As we continue through our series in Philippians we start to tackle some of these issues.

Philippians: Gospel centered joy requires radical humility rooted in redeemed thinking

What does humbling ourselves have to do with our joy? Aren’t we supposed to uplift ourself? Pete from Grace Village tackles how Gospel entered joy requires a radical changing in our thinking.

Philippians: Walking Worthy of the Gospel in a Broken World

We live in a broken world, how do we as Christians walk through our world as firm, fearless and fully engaged participants within that world?

Philippians: To Glory in Christ Jesus

What would you die for? Your kids? Your spouse? Your country? As we continue through our summer series in Philippians, we look at how glory in Christ in the outflowing of our Gospel joy.

Gospel joy of partnership in a broken world

Brother Jay kicks off our series in Philippians, looking at the joy of partnership we share in the Gospel – and the importance of keeping that partnership a priority as we look to advance the Gospel.