1 hr 11 min

Who are We Fighting For‪?‬ Faith Church with Jeremy Vance

    • Christianity

Are you ready to experience the abundant life promised in Ephesians 3:20-21?

The good news is that this is exactly what Jesus wants to give you.

The bad news is that you can’t do it alone.

And the bad news gets worse. There’s a legion of powerful beings dedicated to preventing you from experiencing Jesus’ best life for you.

The all-consuming purpose of Ephesians is to promote unity in the church. That means that your experience of this abundant life depends upon your commitment to unity in the community of faith.

I want to show you how God has provided everything you need to win the battle.

However, your victory depends on how you answer the question posed in today’s deep dive into Ephesians 6:10-20, “Who are we fighting for?”

--Ed Underwood, former Lead Pastor of Church of the Open Door and President of Recentered Group.

Are you ready to experience the abundant life promised in Ephesians 3:20-21?

The good news is that this is exactly what Jesus wants to give you.

The bad news is that you can’t do it alone.

And the bad news gets worse. There’s a legion of powerful beings dedicated to preventing you from experiencing Jesus’ best life for you.

The all-consuming purpose of Ephesians is to promote unity in the church. That means that your experience of this abundant life depends upon your commitment to unity in the community of faith.

I want to show you how God has provided everything you need to win the battle.

However, your victory depends on how you answer the question posed in today’s deep dive into Ephesians 6:10-20, “Who are we fighting for?”

--Ed Underwood, former Lead Pastor of Church of the Open Door and President of Recentered Group.

1 hr 11 min