Paul's letter to the Philippians is a thank you note. But like so many of us, he's not really good at accepting gifts and saying "thank-you" (Philippians 4:10-23). His letter to the Philippians is much more than a Hallmark card. Join us for this final message in the series, "Letters from Prison." The communion meal will be shared during the service. Sunday, February 24, 10:00 a.m.
By now you may have heard about the concept of "sparking joy." But it's not new. Incredibly, it got a lot of attention from someone who spent years in prison. In Paul's letter to the Philippian Christians, he encourages them to think about things that will spark joy. That becomes possible, even if you are in prison, if you use Paul as your example. Because Paul is imitating Christ. Join us for a careful reading of Paul's letter. Philippians 4:1-9, on Sunday, Feb 10, 10:00 a.m.
"Do as I say, not as I do." We've probably all used that one. But Paul, in his letter to the Philippians (3:17-21), instructs his readers to follow his example. That's a bold thing to say. He dares to say it because he knows that as "citizens of heaven," our lives are going to look, well, different. Sunday, Feb 3 at 10:00 a.m.