Every Opportunity

Patrick Dominguez | August 22, 2021 | Ephesians 5:15-20


Every Opportunity | Ephesians 5:15-20


April 16, 2023

What are God's plans for his people? What does it mean that "every spiritual blessing" is already ours in Christ?

April 23, 2023

Examining the extraordinary implications of being chosen and what it means for the way we live life.

April 30, 2023

Paul prays that God might open the eyes of our hearts. Is this prayer necessary for Christians? What might happen in our lives and in the church if this prayer was steadily being answered?

May 7, 2023

an exploration of the "because" behind the "why?" This message deals with the questions of why humanity is the way it is, why God does what he does, and the ultimate purpose of the church in the world.

May 14, 2023

Sermon transcript available on request

May 21, 2023

A look into the usage of the word "mystery" in Ephesians and why it matters.

Each one should be encourged that each one has been given gifts by One for each one.

June 4, 2023

What role does power play in the lives of Christians and the Church?

Ephesians 6 delves into the hierarchical world of the ancient Roman Empire and how Christianity might bring about radical unity in the midst of well established (and often brutal) norms. What does that have to do with living a s a Christian in 21st century America?

The Bible's Letter to the Ephesians reveals a battle being fought in the heavenly realms. It is a battle that has great implications for our earthly existence. The Apostle Paul urges us to stand ready in the midst of this battle.

August 20, 2023

Paul instructs us on wearing the armor of God. This armor is for every Christian, no matter how weak or strong. How can we use it well?

August 27, 2023

An exploration of the relationship between nature and God's Word.

September 10, 2023

What does Jesus mean when he says he has come to give us "life to the full?"

September 17, 2023

Jesus came preaching a kingdom. Life is full, when people repent and believe the good news as it is written in the Bible and proclaimed by a faithful church