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The book of Philippians is rich beyond words. In each of the five one-hour video sessions, Beth will take you deeper into the chapter you studied that week in your homework by unpacking a few verses of truth. Come along with us to understand the history behind Paul’s letter to the church in Philippi, discover the meaning of Paul’s famous words, “to live is Christ”, unpack the keys to healthy church body life, peer into the subject of calling as a coworker in the gospel of Christ, and lastly, learn how to have joy in the midst of life’s difficulties.
Session 1 (1:01:03)
In order to understand the book of Philippians, we need to take a step back to fully understand Philippi’s cinematic history. In this session we’ll look into Acts and discover who led Paul to write a letter to this particular city. There’s a famous backstory you won’t want to miss!
Session 2 (1:00:11)
In this session, we will take a concentrated glance back at the words found in the first chapter of Paul’s letter to the saints in Philippi, “to live is Christ.” What does this kind of lofty language even mean in our daily realities?
Session 3 (1:05:00)
Let’s look into a segment of Philippians chapter 2 and use it as a catalyst to determine the difference between luxuries and necessities for healthy body life. We’ll also study some places Paul went on his second missionary journey to help us picture what the early church looked like when the letter was written.
Session 4 (59:47)
In this session, we’ll fix our attention on Philippians chapter3 and keep an eye toward the practical side of our pursuit of God’s heavenly calling. God calls each of us to JOIN Him in His work. So, it’s important to examine our toil to determine its value.
Session 5 (1:03:03)
The theme of Philippians chapter 4 is JOY. But how exactly do we have joy in the midst of difficult circumstances? Beth will wrap up our time in the book of Philippians by helping us picture how our inconsistent realities fit into the letter’s thematic call to consistent rejoicing.