Troy briefly explains the five leadership gifts Paul lists in Ephesians 4 (apostle, prophet, evangelist, shepherd and teacher) and discusses some of the challenges we face in embracing this ministry model in the 21st century.
Troy Watson begins a new series on the Five Fold Ministry (5FM) that Paul presents in Ephesians 4.
Troy unpacks parts of Isaiah 61 and Psalm 126.
Troy unabashedly sports his love of alliteration in this message, highlighting the 3 A's of an Advent Spirit. Be aware. Be attentive. Be available. This is an Advent message and a continuation of our Fall series "Firing On All Cylinders".
Psalm 80; Mark 13:33, 35-37; Galatians 6:7-10
Troy dives into Paul's encouragement to us in Ephesians 4, to speak the truth in love.
Troy talks about Ephesians 4, Meatloaf, the gift of simplicity and 3 pitfalls of overinflating the role of togetherness (community, unity).
Troy explores Ephesians 4:1-5 and what it might mean to be people of humility, patience and gentleness who bear with one another in love.