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John Ploog - January 5, 2020

Our Lives in Christ

Colossians

What’s your starting point when it comes to Christ-honoring dynamics in the home and family unit? Do you start with written agreements, rules, or do you just go with the flow? It’s likely that our initial instruction in family life started with our families of origin...for better or for worse. How does your relationship with Christ affect your relationships within family? Our previous messages from Colossians 3:1-17 called for Colossians those who have “taken off our old self with its practices and have taken on the new self, renewed in the knowledge of our Creator...to live in perfect unity”(vs.9, 10, 14). It really comes down to this: Christ-followers find joy and peace in Spirit-filled submission.“Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ” (Ephesians 5:21)

From Series: "Colossians"

Join Calvary in the study of the letter of Paul to the church of Colossae

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John Ploog - January 5, 2020

Our Lives in Christ

Colossians

What’s your starting point when it comes to Christ-honoring dynamics in the home and family unit? Do you start with written agreements, rules, or do you just go with the flow? It’s likely that our initial instruction in family life started with our families of origin...for better or for worse. How does your relationship with Christ affect your relationships within family? Our previous messages from Colossians 3:1-17 called for Colossians those who have “taken off our old self with its practices and have taken on the new self, renewed in the knowledge of our Creator...to live in perfect unity”(vs.9, 10, 14). It really comes down to this: Christ-followers find joy and peace in Spirit-filled submission.“Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ” (Ephesians 5:21)

From Series: "Colossians"

Join Calvary in the study of the letter of Paul to the church of Colossae

Our Lives in Christ Notes

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John Ploog - January 5, 2020

Our Lives in Christ

Colossians

What’s your starting point when it comes to Christ-honoring dynamics in the home and family unit? Do you start with written agreements, rules, or do you just go with the flow? It’s likely that our initial instruction in family life started with our families of origin...for better or for worse. How does your relationship with Christ affect your relationships within family? Our previous messages from Colossians 3:1-17 called for Colossians those who have “taken off our old self with its practices and have taken on the new self, renewed in the knowledge of our Creator...to live in perfect unity”(vs.9, 10, 14). It really comes down to this: Christ-followers find joy and peace in Spirit-filled submission.“Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ” (Ephesians 5:21)

From Series: "Colossians"

Join Calvary in the study of the letter of Paul to the church of Colossae

Our Lives in Christ Notes

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