How do we live out our Christian identity in the secular workplace, especially when that task becomes really difficult? We dig into this relevant question as we study Paul's words to 'bondservants' and 'masters' in Colossae.
How should Christians treat one another within the local congregation, especially as frustrations arise? Head Elder, Troy Teater digs into this relevant topic as we continue our series through Colossians.
How should Christians deal with the sin which easily lingers in our lives? We all struggle with some alluring temptation. So how should we respond when those moments arise? We dig into this relevant topic as we also emphasize how dealing with sin is different from the moment of salvation.
Should the church have traditions? If so, what should they be and what should they celebrate? We dig into this relevant topic as we consider the Apostle Paul's warning to the Colossians to be aware of the 'empty deceit according of human traditions.'
Why should we place our hope in Jesus Christ? The answer may seem obvious for those who have been part of the church for decades. However, through this passage in Colossians, we uncover some of the theological obstacles which tend to keep people from rejoicing in the Lord.
What is the will of God for my life and how can I ask the Lord to reveal it to others? Guest Pastor Paul Walles digs into these questions as we unpack the Apostle Paul's prayer for the believers in Colossae.
What is the identity of a person after they've placed their trust in Jesus? This question is particularly relevant when we feel insignificant in the world or within the purposes of God. We study this question at the beginning of this series - looking at the Apostle Paul's opening words to the church in Colossae.