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    Aiming Higher - Philippians 3:1-4:1

    Originally preached on May 2015 – February 2016

    If you’ve reached the point in your life where you think you’ve done enough for God, think again. Paul planted churches, spent years on the mission field, suffered beatings, shipwrecks, and riots, yet it still wasn’t enough for him. Why? Because his ambition wasn’t for his own glory; it was for God’s. In this study, Stephen challenges us to consider what our lives would look like if Paul’s singular ambition marked us as well.

    Scripture References

    • Philippians 3:1 - 3
    • Philippians 3:10 - 11
    • Philippians 3:12 - 14
    • Philippians 3:15 - 17
    • Philippians 3:18 - 20
    • Philippians 3:20 - 4:1
    • Philippians 3:4 - 9
  • Humility - Philippians 2:1-30

    Originally preached on February – May 2015

    The only thing more baffling to me than the pride of man is the humility of God. God literally stooped so low in His incarnation, life, suffering, and death that even our most selfless, heroic acts barely scratch the surface of what He willingly endured. So how can we begin to model His impossible example? What will His humility look like when applied to our daily lives? Stephen unpacks the Apostle Paul’s inspired description, illustration, and application of humility.

    Scripture References

    • Philippians 2:1 - 2
    • Philippians 2:12 - 13
    • Philippians 2:14 - 15
    • Philippians 2:16 - 18
    • Philippians 2:19
    • Philippians 2:19 - 22
    • Philippians 2:2 - 4
    • Philippians 2:23 - 24
    • Philippians 2:25 - 30
    • Philippians 2:5 - 8
    • Philippians 2:7 - 8
    • Philippians 2:8
    • Philippians 2:9 - 11
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    Question and Answer Programs

    Originally preached on November 2014 – 0000

    A collection of our monthly Question-and-Answer Programs.  We began these in November of 2014, and have attempted to air them on the first Friday in each month.  This collection will continue to grow as we add new programs.   Please note that these are the actual broadcast audio and NOT a sermon audio from the church pulpit.

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