Racing Towards Joy (With Joy #5)

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Racing Towards Joy (With Joy #5)

Our lives are spent chasing a lot of different things. But what is the one thing that matters? Is it security? Influence? Self-realization? Paul challenges all of these and places racing towards experiencing our union with Christ at the top of what the Christian’s life should ultimately be.

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Eau de Jesus, Being the Aroma of Christ (The Father of Mercies #2)

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Eau de Jesus, Being the Aroma of Christ (The Father of Mercies #2)

Even when life doesn't go as planned, there's a way to end up with an overwhelming sense of purpose and thankfulness. That's what Paul discovered as his life and being became so merged with Christ's that he became the aroma of Christ everywhere he went.

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Vital: The Priesthood of All Believers

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Vital: The Priesthood of All Believers

So many of us think and feel like we're anything but necessary. But what if that's based on a lie? What if God has empowered us by His Spirit to play an indispensable role in His church? This is, in fact, what we see in the New Testament. We see that every member of the body of Christ is vital, because each and every one of us has a God-given gift that the body needs.

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When we stop saying "Not my problem!" (I Was Made For This #2)

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When we stop saying "Not my problem!" (I Was Made For This #2)

How should we think about our work lives in light of the gospel of Jesus? Step one was to realize that we're made in the image of a God who joyfully works to bring order out of chaos. This week, for step two, we were challenged to stop saying "Not my problem!"

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Just Like Jesus: Evangelizing the Religious (Acts 5:12-42)

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Finding your purpose is one of life's biggest questions. The eyewitnesses to Jesus' resurrection found their purpose in becoming like Jesus in every way they could, and this purpose has characterized Christians ever since. So what does it look like to live for the purpose of becoming just like Jesus?

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