This letter is from Paul, chosen by the will of God to be an apostle of Christ Jesus. I am writing to God’s holy people in Ephesus, who are faithful followers of Christ Jesus. – Ephesians 1:1 (NLT)
New Series on Ephesians – The Wealth and Walk of Christians
I look forward to beginning a sermon series on Paul’s powerful letter that we simply call “Ephesians.” The first three chapters deal with our “wealth” as Christians, as stated in 1:3, Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in Christ, …
The last three chapters deal with our “walk” as Christians, as Paul encourages in 4:1, Therefore I, the prisoner of the Lord, implore you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling with which you have been called.
Would you join me in prayer that this study will be a transformational time in each of our lives and in the life of Central Baptist Church?
Testimony Night is Tonight – There’s Still Room for You!
Do you have a testimony of God’s blessing that you would like to share? Please let me or Austin know and we will gladly get you on the program!
More Guest Columnists Wanted
Thanks so much to Delwin Hinkle! If you have a brief testimony to share, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Who’s your one?” Keep praying for your “one” and look for opportunities to invite them and share the “good news” with them.
Thank You for Your Condolences
Denise and I appreciate so much your expressions of sympathy at the homegoing of my mother, Peggy Miller. Mom was 88, had lived a fruitful life and, praise God, was ready to go as a trophy of God’s grace in Christ. Thank you for your continued prayers for her husband, Jim Miller, and our family.
Pray for VBS and Invite Children!
VBS is only two weeks away – so be praying and inviting children. Take a stack of invite cards from the tables in the foyer and give them our freely!
By the power of God and for His glory, we will help people to believe in Christ as Savior, belong to a loving and supportive church, and to become fully devoted followers of Christ.
Think about it… People don’t enter a church; the church enters a building. – Sam Allberry
A man was answering questions for a national poll. When asked for his church preference, he responded, “Red brick.” – copied