Letting Jesus Overwhelm You
Sundays, January 22–April 30
Philippians provides a tender, personal invitation to let Jesus Overwhelm You with joy and peace in a way that doesn’t ignore the realities of life. It’s a book filled with practical guidance on thriving in community as you learn to practice a prayerful, Christ-like perspective. Join in reading and studying this encouraging portion of scripture.
MemorizE philippians 2:5–11
March 5–April 9
As a church family, we’re soaking in the book of Philippians as we memorize 2:5–11. We do this believing that God’s Word has intrinsic power to transform our lives! Let’s pray we grow in following Christ as our example of a humble servant. Download the memorization schedule and join in memorizing this passage together.
April 14, 7pm, Worship Center
“But emptied Himself.” These three words from the second chapter of Philippians contain unfathomable depths. Jesus Christ, who possessed all the privileges and powers as God for eternity past, emptied Himself, took on the form of a slave and died on a cross in our place. That’s amazing love worth remembering and celebrating.
"Emptied Himself of all but love, and bled for Adam’s helpless race." –Charles Wesley
April 16, 8, 9:30 & 11am, Worship Center
THE CROSS THAT KILLED THE CHRIST: vacant. THE STONE: rolled away. THE TOMB: emptied. Empty is good. But when faced with emptiness, we fill our lives with all kinds of stuff and to-do lists and if onlys and busyness and religion and regrets and trying to do good. Truth is, only God can fill the hollow spaces–all because the tomb was emptied.
Family, friends & community – all are welcome to come worship the risen king this Easter Sunday.