Opportunity & Opposition

  • Opportunity & Opposition

    Pastor Jeff Manion discusses the effect of the gospel on Ephesus, including a riot. Through this conversation, we see the gospel should make a difference in our lives. We are challenged to choose God over the counterfeit gods of our culture so our ripple effect will make a difference in the world around us. Acts […]

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  • The Daily Grind

    Pastor Jeff Manion discusses Paul’s daily grind in Ephesus. Through this conversation, we see three reasons we can miss God’s calling on our lives. We are challenged to live faithful lives even when it might seem too boring, too common or too small.

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  • Demons & Spells

    Pastor Aaron Buer discusses a unique story, with many characters, but God as the main character. Through this conversation, we see that God desires to be known. We are challenged to put God at the center of our lives and honor him. Acts 19:11-20

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  • The Synagogue

    Pastor Aaron Buer discusses the spiritual breakthrough in first-century Ephesus. Through this conversation, we see three ways we can partner with God for spiritual breakthrough in our lives. We are challenged to have a plan, have the right attitude and endure faithfully. Acts 19:8-10

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  • Keep Moving

    Pastor Jeff Manion discusses the power behind Paul’s work in Ephesus. Through this conversation, we see God working through the power of the Holy Spirit. We are challenged to rely on the Holy Spirit to love and to serve those around us.

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  • While You Were Away

    Pastor Jeff Manion speaks about the examples of Apollos, Priscilla and Aquila in Ephesus. Through this conversation, we see three ways God wants us to have a life that counts. We are challenged to embrace faithfulness and humility as the keys to making a difference.

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  • The Ripple Effect

    Senior Pastor Jeff Manion introduces the Apostle Paul’s heart for the city of Ephesus. Through this conversation, we see that Paul experiences some of the same things we do. We are challenged to consider the ripple effect of our life on those around us.

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