Exploring the theme of reconciliation through the book of Philemon and beyond.
This week marks the beginning of a journey into the topic of RECONCILIATION. We’ll primarily launch from the book of Philemon. And beware . . . there are few topics more needed today, but it asks a lot of us.
What do hexidecimal, the Bible, worldviews, and reconciliation have in common? Well you’ll just have to listen and learn.
The whole title is “Behaviours that Evidence Transformation and Enjoin the Work of Reconciliation”. We all need to be able to get practical, both with our faith and with reconciliation.
In part 2 of evidencing transformation and working for reconciliation, we explore the importance of TEAM. This is more than just cooperation, there’s a beautiful, radical nature of collectively being used by God to change the world.
How do you build bridges to help friends reconcile?
How do you challenge friends to act godly?
This Sunday, we look again to the book of Philemon and the urgency of Paul’s letter to Philemon. We look further into living with urgency in our life following Jesus and the implications if we fail to do that.
As we wrap up our sermon series on Philemon and the broader topic of reconciliation, We sink our teeth into: 1) Jesus, the Word, the Message, the Articulation of Reconciliation 2) Jesus, the Word in Action, Reconciling, bringing Peace 3) Jesus, the Beginning and End, the Reconciler