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Centerpoint is a non-denominational, conservative, evangelical church. We have folks that range in age from newborns to those in their 80s, people of different skin colors and social classes. Some Frequently Asked Questions: What is appropriate dress at Centerpoint? Dress is...Read More
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Marriage is team work. Marriage is mutual companionship between equals. But marriage is more than that. Marriage is also defined by specific unique roles. These roles are difficult and culturally unpopular, but honoring to our God. Ephesians 5:21-33
We pride ourselves in how we wisely handle our possessions, education, job, and families. However, it is impossible to walk wisely in all areas of life. The Bible calls to attention two areas where Christians often neglect to walk with wisdom and intentionality.
This world seems to be getting darker and darker. Evil seems to be running rampant. Can we really make a difference in such a dark world? How can we dispel the darkness? We will see this morning two ways by which we can really make a difference.
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As believers, we know that we have been called to model our conduct after God, not our culture–yet that seems increasingly hard to do in the midst of such a hyper-sexualized society. Temptation is everywhere, and the prevailing attitude seems to be, “Just give in…it’s not that big of a deal.” But as we’ll see in our text for this morning, Paul presents a radically different vision for the church, whose fidelity is a solemn task that deserves our full attention. Ephesians 5:3-6
God is so different from us, and His standards are so high. What can we possibly do to imitate Him in our daily lives? We will see this morning two ways that we can make progress in following in his footsteps. Ephesians 4:31 – 5:2
We live in a world where communication is easier than it has ever been. And far too often we underestimate the power of the tongue. But does every word that comes out of our mouth really matter? We will find out as we continue our study through the book of Ephesians.
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As believers, we have been given a new life. Because of this, instead of acting as we did before our salvation, we are to live in a way that brings honor to God and reflects our new identity in Christ. If that sounds overwhelming (maybe even impossible!), take heart: Paul has some practical advice that will go a long way toward helping us embrace our new life and glorify God through our actions. Ephesians 4:25-28