We’re wrapping up our study of Philippians tonight. Can the very last verse of the book help us better understand how we experience “peace”?
Jesus calls us to be the body of Christ together, yet through bits of fixation there and preferences here we start to divide.
In discussing the Philippians gift that Paul received, he helps us to think about what resources, gift giving and lack all point to.
Our minds wander into a lot of things that are less than God glorifying. Does is it really matter if it stays in the mind?
How do we make sense of Paul’s call to “not be anxious”? When anxiety fills us, it can be hard to simply be told “don’t be anxious.” Is there something more going on here?
What does it look like to be a “reasonable” Christian? That’s what Paul calls us to be in Phil. 4, but what does that actually look like?
Please join us for a #Steadfast that talks about #ChurchConflict, the #SuperBowl and #HeGetsUs as part of understanding what is going on in in the next part of Philippians 4.