How does Colossians wrap up? Does it have any connection to the rest of the letter?
What do you do when you feel like giving up? How does prayer factor in? As the Embodied series winds down, Kyle addresses some final exhortations from the Apostle Paul.
How do people from different backgrounds decide to unite instead of divide? Kyle continues the series Embodied a study in Colossians 3.
“Parenting is tough. I don’t say that because I’m an expert, but because I was a duplicitous and manipulative kid who gave my parents all kinds of trouble.” Working through Colossians, Paul addresses kids and parents in light of Jesus’ resurrection and life in the church community.
The following post is the manuscript of a Sunday teaching I delivered on May 24, 2020. Growing up playing sports there was a common maxim, “Play for the name on the front of the jersey not the name on the back.” Usually, it’s your team or school, while the personal name is on the back.Continue reading “Embodied – Colossians 3:15-17”