Help us welcome our new Transition Pastor, Corey Johnsrud, as he kicks off several weeks reflecting on Paul’s letter to the church in Ephesus.
May 7: “Where It All Begins”
In the first chapter, Paul writes about the origins of our faith and explains what God has done in Christ.
May 14: “Dead or Alive?”
Paul reminds those early followers of Jesus that their lives are dead to sin and alive in Christ. What does it mean to die to sin and embrace a life that finds its existence in Jesus?
May 21: “Bridge Builders”
Jesus brings people together, into the family of God. He calls all people and unites them together for one mission, to love God and love those God created. Jesus brings peace and allows us to call one another brothers and sisters.
May 28: “We’re On A Mission From God”
God has a mission for the world and He has brought together a group of world-changers – you and me. As we encounter God’s amazing love, we are transformed and God’s Spirit calls us to express love to others.
June 4: “Called Together”
The Apostle Paul urges us to be unified as we follow Christ together. Unity was as difficult to achieve then as it seems to us now. Come learn what it really takes to be unified in Christ.
June 11: “Politics, Road Rage, and Speaking Peace”
Anger seems to be an ever-present companion in our lives these days. We scream at one another in our cars and belittle each others’ beliefs. Why are we so angry? What do we do about it? Come join us as we learn together what it means to speak peace to one another.
June 18: “How Goes Your Walk?”
Daily life, everyday choices, moment-by-moment conversations – these things matter. They define how we walk through life; the kind of existence we live. Paul calls us to walk in love and live in the light.
June 25: “Suit Up and Stand”
Life can be tough. Sometimes life can be really tough. Standing up under the pressures and losses we experience takes a toll on our spirits. In daily battles, God invites us to gear up spiritually. This Sunday we will finish up our study of the book of Ephesians and focus on the defensive and offensive spiritual armor.