Sermons on Ephesians

Sermons on Ephesians

Can You Relate? Building Healthy Relationships with Friends and Family

We continue our series this week all about relationships.  In this lesson, we learn that conflict is inevitable, and as Christians we have the responsbility to be peacemakers.  Part 1 of 2, we discuss in depth the first two steps to take in order to become a peacemaker – Prepare and Meet – by using the books of James, Matthew, and Ephesians.

God Sex and Marriage: By God’s Design Marriage is Two Becoming One

In this series, we tackle the controversial topic of what exactly the Bible says about God, Sex, and Marriage. This week, we further discuss how marriage means two becoming one, and thinking of marriage as a covenant, not a contract. Ephesians 5:21 and Philippians 2:1-8 tell us that marriage is the making of one out of two through self-denial, service, accountability, and forgiveness.  And it is this type of transformative relationship that shows us marriage should not be thought of…

2018 is Going to be Great: Make Pleasing God Your Goal for 2018

New Year’s Resolutions may be hard to keep, but pleasing God is one goal that we can all do.  Romans 5:8 tells us that we please the Lord simply by being His children.  To ensure 2018 is a great year for you, make sure you are a child of God, embrace the fact that God is pleased with you simply because you are His child, and choose to make pleasing God by living as His child your objective for the…

How Do We Fight for the Life God Has Rightly Given Us?

How much of what God can do in your life will be determined by how you respond to the struggles of your life? During hard times, we either flee, forsake, or fight.  Although we may not have power over what difficulties come into our lives, we can control our choices in how we respond.  God has given us weapons to fight (Eph 6:14-19) during times of suffering, and if we honor and obey God, He is certain to honor and…
The Story Sermon Series

The Story Ch 30: Paul’s Final Days

Jesus told his followers that they, like him, would be hated; Paul’s story proves that this was true for the early followers. Paul’s ministry was lived out in the context of relationships and discipleship, never wasting a moment.