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Christ-Centered Perspective

March 15, 2020 • Pastor Ben Cross

Last week we started a new series on the book of Philippians. Paul was writing to his dear friends in the city of Philippi while he was under arrest in Rome. In his letter, Paul describes how every setback and challenge in his life was an opportunity to live for Christ. Paul’s words were more than just mere theory, he wrote this letter while chained to Roman guards. This message, as we study Philippians, we’ll learn about how to keep a Christ-centered perspective in everyday life. Read Philippians 1:12-26 for this message.

Christ-Centered Passion

May 24, 2020 • Pastor Ben Cross

We’re continuing our study in Philippians that has been full of timeless principles and insights for our situation today. This message, we’ll look at how Paul encourages his readers to press on and continue to live for God. He encourages us to keep our eyes focused on our calling and our citizenship in heaven. Read Philippians 3:10-16 for this message.

Christ-Centered Confidence

May 17, 2020 • Pastor Ben Cross

This message, we’ll be continuing in our study of Philippians. As we start Chapter 3, it’s all about how our confidence must be anchored in Jesus. Paul describes all the privileges and advantages he had in life, and how even if you take those all away, he can still rejoice in Jesus. It’s certainly a timely passage for right now, as we are learning to live without so many things we're used to. And when only the essential things remain, it allows us to see where we truly place our hope and our confidence. We’ve also seen many people place their trust in Jesus in these last few weeks, and when all that is normal is pulled away, we can so clearly see the importance of where we put our confidence and our trust. Read Philippians 3:1-9 for this message.

Christ-Centered Leadership

May 3, 2020 • Pastor Ben Cross

This message, as we continue in Philippians we’ll be looking at how to lead with Christ-centered leadership. When we talk about leadership, too often people don’t see themselves as leaders, but the reality is that we are all responsible to lead ourselves. You might be responsible for leadership at work, and leadership also matters at home and in your social circles. In this message, we’ll see several examples of leaders who honored God well. We’ll see several leadership lessons that apply, no matter where you lead. We’ll also see the tremendous impact that one person can have when they choose to lead in a way that honors God. Read Philippians 2:19-30 for this sermon.