Stand Firm!

Austin Conner finishes our Fall series as he preaches from Philippians 4:1.

If in 5 years you weren't a Christian anymore, would you know why? We don't often see the small dangers that overtime can take us away from our faith. But Paul tells us how we can stand firm.

Emilee Meurer
Learning To Be Content

Justin Derks preaches from Philippians 4:10-13.

When we say we are content, we usually mean everything is fine. Not bad, not great, just fine. But Paul tells us true contentment - a deep, restful peace - is vital if we want to have a life of joy.

Emilee Meurer
Lean Into Anxiety

Alex Gray preaches from Philippians 4. Everyone deals with anxiety in some way or another. But in this passage Paul says, “do not be anxious about anything.” So how do we get to that point in our own lives? What does Paul say about how we can find peace in the middle of difficult cirumstances?

Emilee Meurer
Keep Running

Kyle Richter preaches from Philippians 3:12-21. What is it in your life that might keep you from running the race that God has marked out for you? For many of us, it's the temptation to coast.

Emilee Meurer
Count It All As Loss

Austin Conner preaches from Philippians 3:1-11. We often come to God with both hands outstreteched, one holding Jesus' perfect record and the other our own personal resume. But what does Paul have to say about our resumes? Why do we hold on to them so closely when we don't need them?

Emilee Meurer
Living As Lights

What do you think is the most powerful way to reflect Jesus to people around you? Global missions? Non-profit work? The Apostle Paul might suprise you with his answer...

Emilee Meurer
Working Out Our Salvation

[Speaker: Justin Derks] "Work out your own salvataion..." Does Paul drop a huge weight on our shoulders? No. Justin helps us understand how this verse gives us the proper response to the salvation God has already worked for us.

Emilee Meurer
Why Are You Still Here?

Kyle Richter gives a talk based on Philippians 1:12-26. Either God exists or he doesn’t. How we answer that question has drastic implications for how we see our circumstances. In this passage, Paul helps us to see our circumstances in light of God’s plan and purpose for our lives.

Emilee Meurer
God Will Finish His Good Work

Austin Conner opens our series on Philippians. The Apostle Paul, who penned this letter to the church in Philippi, often wrote of being joyful amid suffering. Working from Philippians 1:6, Austin gives us three truths and three lessons to sustain us through both hardship and success.


Emilee Meurer