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Sep 13
2011

Love Incorruptible

Ephesians: The Living Church, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Ephesians: The Living Church

In Ephesians 6:21-24, the Apostle Paul comes to the end of his deeply theology, yet wisely practical, letter to the Ephesians. He does so by touching on the main themes of his letter (grace, peace, faith, love) and calling the church – and us – to “love incorruptible”.

Audio | Ephesians 6:21-24
Sep 6
2011

The Armor of God

Ephesians: The Living Church, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Ephesians: The Living Church

In Ephesians 6:10-20, Paul comes to the last major thought unit of his great letter to the church(es) at Ephesus and reminds us that Christianity is a fight. The good news is that Jesus has equipped us with all that we need in this fight. He put down his armor and took your defeat, so that you might take up his armor and take his victory.

Audio | Ephesians 6:10-20
Aug 28
2011

The Gospel at Work

Ephesians: The Living Church, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Ephesians: The Living Church

Today, in Ephesians 6:5-9, we look at the work of the gospel and the gospel at work. God wants to redeem and transform all of our lives, not just a portion of them. Therefore, to be a Christian does not merely mean your Sunday schedule changes. Rather, by trusting and treasuring Jesus, you receive new forgiveness, are made part of a new people (i.e. the church), and placed in right relationship with a new, true, God. This naturally results in redeemed marriages (5:22-33), redeemed families (6:1-4) and redeemed workplaces (6:5-9). The Bible is extremely practical. God is laying out the divine ordering of the most important relationships in our life.

Audio | Ephesians 6:5-9
Aug 23
2011

Parents and Children

, Ephesians: The Living Church, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Ephesians: The Living Church

In Ephesians 6:1-5, we move onto the next set of household relationships: parents and children. These relationships (parents to children; children to parents) are the most dynamic, complicated and influential relationships we have. Here, Paul explains that the primary task of parenting is to cultivate a Jesus-centered home and the primary task of children is to honor their parents.

Audio | Ephesians 6:1-5