Text: Colossians 3:15-17 In the previous sermon, we looked mainly at how grace changes us as individuals. In this sermon, the emphasis is placed more on how grace changes an entire community.
Text: Colossians 3:5-17 After Paul lays the foundation of a Christian’s union with Christ through faith, he shifts gears and begins demonstrating how this truth plays out practically in the life of every believer.
Text: Colossians 3:1-4 Paul uses the phrase “with Christ” over and over and over again--both in Colossians and in his other letters. But what does it mean? How does understand this truth change the way we live?
Text: Colossians 2:16-23 There are a million things that can take our focus away from where--and Who--it needs to be directed. What are some of these threats? How do we fight against them? These are the questions we tackle as we look at this passage.
Text: Colossians 2:8-15 The Apostle Paul was a master of metaphor. In this passage, he piles up word picture after word picture to explain what it means when Christians say that Jesus is the Savior.
Text: Colossians 2:1-7 When a church trusts Jesus together, it’s scary and exciting and hard and glorious--all at the same time. But it’s worth every minute. Paul’s words in Colossians 2:1-7 explain why.
Text: Colossians 1:24-29 When God’s grace in Jesus plots the trajectory for our lives, we can’t help but make much of him, both in the words we use and in the actions we take.
Text: Colossians 1:24-29 What does a life steered by the magnificence and love of Jesus look like? In this sermon, we’ll look at how suffering in the life of Paul proved to be a massive benefit to his friends I the Colossian church.
Text: Colossians: 1:15-23 In this sermon, we look at the next two relationships Paul outlines in this passage to answer the question, “Why is Jesus Better?” During our time together, we’ll look at Jesus’ relationship to creation, and his relationship to us.
Text: Colossians 1:15-23 In this sermon, we begin to explore the question behind the title of this series: Why is Jesus better? Today, we’ll look at the first of three relationships in this text to answer that question. First up, Jesus’ relationship to God.