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Kyle Mercer - July 15, 2018

In Life and Death: Philippians 1:1-14

Christ doesn't just make a way for our sin to be forgiven, he fundamentally changes us. Being a Christian alters the way we view ourselves, relationships, how we pray, and our suffering. What if we viewed ourselves and everyone else in light of the Gospel? What implications would it have on our lives, mission, and the world?

From Series: "In Life And Death- A Study In Philippians"

Paul writes his most positive letter to the church of Philippi from a jail cell! While many of Paul's letters focus on rebuking sinful behavior and correcting false doctrine, in this letter he is simply calling the church to joy, unity, and purpose in the midst of suffering and persecution.

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Kyle Mercer - July 15, 2018

In Life and Death: Philippians 1:1-14

Christ doesn't just make a way for our sin to be forgiven, he fundamentally changes us. Being a Christian alters the way we view ourselves, relationships, how we pray, and our suffering. What if we viewed ourselves and everyone else in light of the Gospel? What implications would it have on our lives, mission, and the world?

From Series: "In Life And Death- A Study In Philippians"

Paul writes his most positive letter to the church of Philippi from a jail cell! While many of Paul's letters focus on rebuking sinful behavior and correcting false doctrine, in this letter he is simply calling the church to joy, unity, and purpose in the midst of suffering and persecution.

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