A Shared Citizenship: Reconciling of Jew and Gentile – Ephesians 2:11-22

Unity, Diversity and Our Identity in Christdiversity
Part 12 of 14

For about 2000 years, God’s people were separated ethnically, culturally and religiously from the nations of the world.  Then God began creating a new humanity, building them into the church.

.A Shared Citizenship Eph 2.11-22.pdf                   

A Shared Citizenship Eph 2.11-22.mp3

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Palmer St. Podcast: Forgiveness

Refusing to forgive is like taking poison in the hope that it kills somebody else.  I’m not sure who first said that, but if you think about it, it’s true.  Philemon is about forgiveness.




Palmer St. Podcast: Colossians 1:15-23

Playing Balderdash with Jesus

Our family likes to play the game Balderdash. The idea is that you are given a word or a movie title or a name and you have to make up a definition for the word, or say what the movie is about, or tell who the person is. The world plays Balderdash with Jesus. People make things up about Him, but these fictional versions of Jesus are unworthy of our worship.  If Jesus is really God incarnate, then our failure to acknowledge that might have eternal consequences. Today’s passage intends to clear this up.

Col 1.15-23.mp3

Col 1.15.23.pdf