Citizens of the Kingdom
THE UNSHAKEABLE KINGDOM
Colossians 1:13, Philippians 3:17-21, Daniel 3
What does it mean to be a citizen of the Kingdom of God? In this teaching from the series, The Unshakeable Kingdom, Bible teacher Marian Jordan Ellis dives into God’s word to show the three characteristics of kingdom citizens.
The Bible teaches that Christians face a battle on three fronts: the flesh, the world, and Satan. In this teaching from our series, Passport to Freedom, Marian shares how you can experience victory over the enemy and how to utilize the armor of God.Read More /
As we continue our study on the Passport to Freedom, special guest, Tonya Riggle shares an important message on how to experience freedom from shame.Read More /
Jesus sets captives free. Yet many Christ-followers are still captive to anger, resentment, bitterness, and unforgiveness. In Hebrews 12:14-15, Scripture describes this captivity as a “bitter root” that grows up to produce “bitter fruit.” This bitter fruit can manifest as addictions, broken relationships, irrational fears, unhealthy imaginations, and crippling insecurity. The truth is that Jesus loves us too much to allow us to stay captive to such bitterness. In this new series, Passport to Freedom, from Bible teacher Marian Jordan Ellis, we discover the key to Freedom from Bitterness.
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