From 7 July to the 25th August we’ll be taking a look through the book of Philippians and exploring the unexpected theme of Joy in this book.
Philippians is the most joyful book in the Bible — the apostle Paul uses the Greek words for joy and rejoicing sixteen times in only 104 verses. And yet he writes from a dingy Roman prison, a place we would typically associate with misery and trial, which most people assume are the opposites of joy. He’s surrounded by every conceivable obstacle to joy, so why does he seem so happy?
We’ll be taking a look together at how, even in the midst of the most painful seasons, like the apostle Paul, it’s possible to walk through life with a deep, abiding and genuine joy.
We’d love you to just as as we explore this new teaching series together.
All the talks from this teaching series will be posted on this page.