No Matter What

Do you have a favorite band? Consider what happens when they release a new song you really like. Do you keep it a secret or perhaps do you tell everyone you know including the dog? The Apostle Paul encourages you to tell others about your faith, ‘no matter what’ in Philippians 1:12-18. “Preach, no matter what.”

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How it Began – Part 2

Do you ever wish that you were better at sharing your faith?
Let’s say someone asked you – what must I do to be saved? Do you wish you had a better answer?

We are going to look at how Paul planted the church in Philippi.
Why do Christians keep telling you about Jesus.
“It began with a Mission – Go Everywhere. Tell Everyone.”
Christianity is a Movement…

You’ll not only see why knowing how to answer this question is vital to the Christian movement
Non-Christian: If you don’t believe, you’ll see today why Christians are awkwardly and courageously always trying to share their faith.

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How it Began – Part 1

Do you ever wish that you were better at sharing your faith?
Let’s say someone asked you – what must I do to be saved? Do you wish you had a better answer?

We are going to look at how Paul planted the church in Philippi.
Why do Christians keep telling you about Jesus.
“It began with a Mission – Go Everywhere. Tell Everyone.”
Christianity is a Movement…

You’ll not only see why knowing how to answer this question is vital to the Christian movement
Non-Christian: If you don’t believe, you’ll see today why Christians are awkwardly and courageously always trying to share their faith.

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Seriously – Week 1

For the next few months, we are going to be working our way through the book of Philippians. Paul has many statements throughout this letter that, when we are honest, make Christians go “Seriously?!” While we know that agreeing with Paul the right answer, some of it is crazy. I want us to journey through this letter because I want us to pursue just as much intimacy with Christ as Paul had. I want us to be just as faithful as Paul was. I want my “Seriously?!” to go to “Seriously.”

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