How do we respond to the grace of God, as demonstrated in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ? It's called faith, and we are called to live our lives from it. So let's find out more!
Sermon Tag: <span>Ephesians</span>
“For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith…” In this 2-part mini-series, we examine these foundational words that the Apostle Paul wrote to the Ephesians. Today, we explore what the concept of "grace" is really all about, and what actually means for us today.
One barrier that people experience in coming to faith is that it just seems irrelevant sometimes. Where's the new life? Where's the transformation? If it actually mattered, it'd matter more. So how can we remove that barrier by making faith relevant in all of life?
Who is our enemy? Who is our king? What does it look like to live in his kingdom?
Sometimes we miss what God is doing in our lives because we just don't have eyes to see it. Check this message out and seek out enlightened eyes!
What stands in the way becomes the way. How can we get the anger, the resentment, the mistrust, and the hurt out of the way so we can live a different way? By the way of forgiveness.
What God has made you means more than what _________ has made you. Can you believe that? Can you live it?
How does Jesus call us to grow as his followers? The answer is always together, because it is like we are a body that joined and knit together, or it is like we are branches...
What do you do to provoke your children? How can you provide for them instead?
How do make our marriages built to last? The key is learning to love one another in the way that Jesus loves.