Return to Joy
We were created for joy. It is the root of every longing, and we spend the majority of our lives searching for it. Joy is both a command and a promise, but we’re often not very good at understanding it or finding it. Every one of us wants more of it, so how do we do it? Where do we get it? How do we sustain it?
Join us this spring as we study one of the most joy-filled books of the Bible, the letter to the Philippians, and together, let’s return to joy.
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Tim Spanburg - March 13, 2016
11 The Two Foundations
From Series: "The Upside-Down Kingdom - Shawnee"
Is Jesus really a King? What kind of kingdom is He bringing? And what on earth does that have to do with me? As a church we are exploring these questions as we walk as through the Gospel of Matthew, one of the earliest records of Jesus Christ. As Matthew begins, one of the first things we see is Jesus’ most famous sermon--The Sermon on the Mount--essentially His own description of His very Upside-Down Kingdom. He defies our expectations and exposes our deepest needs, all the while calling us to a place of ultimate wholeness and joy.