Ephesians is about the triumph of Christ over supernatural forces and how he is bringing unity to all things. One of the key passages for understanding this is Ephesians 4. Ephesians 4:1-6 bases an encouragement to unity on a Trinitarian reflection (One Spirit, One Lord, One God and Father). Then verses 7-16 shift the focus to diversity within unity.
By Andy Flowers Maybe I’m a little biased, but I think my church is awesome! It’s a place that is friendly, loving, gracious, and gospel-centered. I love being the pastor here. I love the people who faithfully attend here. I love that we can see God moving in our midst. This is a healthy, well…Continue reading The Six People You Should Ask to Leave Your Church
“Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” These are the words of President Ronald Reagan on June 12, 1987 to the Soviet leader at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. That wall was built in 1961, not to keep people out of East Berlin, but to keep people in. Walls divide. Walls separate. Walls become obstacles to…Continue reading Walls That Divide