Sunday Preview: Baby’s Got New Clothes
July 23rd, 2014 | John Chandler
We’ve made it past the halfway point in the series on the book of Ephesians called “Practicing Resurrection.” The first half was chock-full of these huge theological concepts. Now, we’re looking at how these play out in our day to day lives.
The author of Ephesians, Paul, uses the metaphor of old clothes and new clothes to help us understand what it means to become more like Jesus.
We’ll wrestle with a simple yet often ignored idea from scripture: there are simple, practical changes that we can make to become more like Jesus.
What will you wear?