The Supremacy of Christ: A Journey through the book of Colossians
Summer series (May through August)
Christianity is distinguished from all other religions and philosophies of life because it is, at the core, a Gospel, Good News. The Christian faith is not a set of rules or religious principles to follow. In the end, it is a proclamation. And this proclamation centers on a Person. People who learn the true facts about Jesus- His life, His teachings, His crucifixion and resurrection, rarely walk away unmoved. With few exceptions, most people recognize His unique and remarkable greatness.
It's common however, for people to consider Jesus as one of many great people who have lived and made a difference. He's equally important as Buddha, Socrates, Moses, or Muhammad, along with one's personal favorites. In fact, it's quite possible today to "like" Jesus on Facebook or be His "fan" but not follow Him as a disciple. This is nothing new. In the First Century there was a group of Christians in a town called Colossae, or at least some of them, who thought the same. The apostle Paul wrote to this group to proclaim that Jesus is not just one possibility among many. He is not seeking to be one of many priorities. Paul makes a case that He is preeminent. Christ occupies the center of the Universe. Christ is indeed God in the flesh. He is pure love.
Join us this summer as we walk through the amazing book of Colossians. You will discover how Christ is not only preeminent over all of creation, but can be preeminent and supreme in your life every day.