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Filled, Rescued & Transferred

by Eric Gray

January 14, 2024

Ever had the feeling where you thought, “I don’t know if I’m cut out for this… I don’t know if I’m good enough to do this… I don’t know if I can handle this…” There's this prayer in Colossians 1:9-14 that can make you feel that way. The apostle Paul prayed for you to walk worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing to him. How can you do that? In this message, Eric reminds you that you can walk worthy of the Lord because you have been rescued by God, transferred into His kingdom, and have been (and are being) filled by the Holy Spirit.

Be The Branch

by Eric Gray

January 21, 2024

In Colossians 1:9-14, Paul prays for believers to walk worthy of the Lord. One of the ways he prayed that we will walk worthy is to bear fruit. Rather than focusing on how we can produce more fruit, Jesus reminded us to stay connected to him. Because it's through our connection to Jesus that we will bear fruit from him.

Growing In Knowledge

by Dillon Wyatt

January 28, 2024

There is a prayer for believers in Colossians 1:9-14 to be able to walk worthy of the Lord. In his prayer, Paul says that we can walk worthy as we are growing in knowledge. In this message, Dillon Wyatt reminds us that as people who are devoted to the Word, one of our goals should be to grow in knowledge. If we want to walk worthy of the Lord, then our knowledge of God will be lived out every day through our words and actions.


by Eric Gray

February 11, 2024

Did you know there are some man-made things that are practically impossible to destroy? There is something that is breakable… YOU. But you knew that. Because it’s possible you’ve reached your breaking point before. Maybe from trauma or stress. I think we would all agree with this statement — Life is hard. When we feel weak and at our breaking point, God wants to empower us. And Paul’s prayer in Colossians 1 and Ephesians 3 shows us how...

Giving Thanks

by Eric Gray

February 18, 2024

In Luke 17, Jesus healed ten lepers. It’s one of the greatest stories about what faith actually looks like because those men had to trust that Jesus had the power to heal them while they were walking to show themselves to the priests. As they were walking, they were healed. One of the ten decided to turn back to thank Jesus and to glorify God. Only one. This story challenges us to think… Am I the one or the nine? Do I express my gratitude to God or do I forget to tell Him “thank you”? In order to walk worthy, we should be people who give thanks. 1. Because giving thanks is a mindset. 2. Because giving thanks is healthy. 3. Because giving thanks binds us together. 4. Because giving thanks is a weapon.

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