In this message we meet Epaphroditus, the Prince Charming of the New Testament, and the example of all those who serve Christ. We learn why we give him honor and see what honoring others looks like in our SRC family.
In this teaching from 1 Peter 2:9-17 and 2 Corinthians 5:19, Tommy Kiedis shows us that ambassadors don’t get to pick their battles. We are called to live out life as a contrast community to be reconcilers and take the message of reconciliation to a world that needs it. Tommy also interviews church planters about their reconciliation stories.
This Easter we stepped into the shoes of the disciples. This very unsettled group of eleven--before the resurrection--became an unstoppable force for God after the resurrection. What happened? The disciples encountered the unstoppable resurrected Jesus. And when they did they settled the three things. Step into their shoes. Settle what they did and watch God build in you an unstoppable faith.
As Americans we are turned off by the concept of a king or the idea that sovereign lordship is invested in one individual. Yet, we see on Palm Sunday that that is precisely who Jesus is, our King and Lord. As we walk through Luke's account of Jesus triumphal entry into Jerusalem, we'll learn not only that Jesus is king, but a king we can trust.