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Where is your treasure? In what do you place your hope for the future? In Matthew 6:21 Jesus tells us, "where your treasure is, there your heart will be also." In this 9 week series in Colossians we will look to make our goal fixing our sights on Jesus, the treasure of heaven that will never disappoint and will never be depleted. Teamwork is a funny thing. You need to have confidence in your own and your teammates' abilities, so there is some level ego involved, but you also need to be able to let that go in order to work for the common good of the team. We have a hard time doing that in today's western world. We live in a society that values individual autonomy above all else. Join us this week to see how treasuring Christ takes us beyond our own selfish thoughts and desires to act collectively with Him and the church throughout the ages in a unified mission.
Nehemiah oversaw the rebuilding of Jerusalem's wall and the gates. Learning about the names of gates and their origins brings us to the roots of faith - where to find it, how it works, and what it means.
God binds together what once was apart. In this sermon: learn about the mystery revealed through Christ! Ephesians 3:1-13
A test drive of a church's unity occurs whenever they attempt ministry together. Can KenoCC pull together for a month of outreach to visitors God might bring our way?
We can't work together if we are not loyal to God and our fellow believers.
The Life we live matters. Today when people want to define what an Evangelical is we often forget that the Lordship of Christ extends to everyone area of our lives. We tend to focus on here and now when as Christians we should focus on our heavenly citizenship. We are heirs of the King, but far too often we seek the benefits of this world rather than the heavenly kingdom of which we claim we want to spend eternity. Why would anyone want to have a heavenly citizenship without holiness is just a reflection of how anemic and weak American Christianity is today. In this passage Paul gives us 3 avenues that will help redirect our loyalties toward the heavenly kingdom. They include: 1) The Call to live as worthy Citizens (27a), 2) The Distinctives of Worthy Citizens (27b-28), and 3) The Grace of Worthy Citizenship. For Paul the Gospel of Christ is first. The gospel must be the center pole of all that we do and any philosophy of ministry we have. The call to be a heavenly citizen is a call to salvation and be a disciple of Christ. Paul also shows how allegiance, spiritual steadfastness, teamwork, and fearlessness are character changes that will speak volumes to an outside world and to the Christian community about the supremacy of the Heavenly Kingdom. Finally Paul shows us that believing and suffering are given to us in our heavenly citizenship. The Philippians were all recipients of grace as they hade been given the gifts of salvation (believing) and suffering. If we only see grace to be only pleasant benefits and blessings then suffering will be seen to be anything but grace. This must be combated because it leads people away from the true God and the true Gospel.