July 2022 – Present
The first two chapters of Philippians are filled with beautiful and lofty truths about who Jesus is and how he impacts the... world. But at the end of Philippians chapter 2, Paul comes down to some real and practical implications of these truths, seen through the examples of Timothy and Epaphroditus. Listen as Josué Pernillo preaches on Philippians 2:19–30, helping us to see that the gospel allows us to grow in our concern for others, to grow in our service of others, and ultimately to have deep gospel friendships.
In chapter two of his letter to the Philippians, Paul reminds the believers in Philippi of who they are and how their identity... impacts their actions. Like the Philippians, believers today can know that because we have been saved by God, we can now live as those that are saved, with new identities in Christ that overflow into our actions. Listen as Josué Pernillo continues his series on the book of Philippians, expounding on this passage in three points: The Source, The Direction, and The End.
In Philippians 2:5–11 we engage with some of the most intricate and beautiful themes of Christology found anywhere in the New Testament. Listen as Pastoral Intern Josué Pernillo helps us to reflect on this passage, thinking about who Jesus is, what he has done, and what that means for his people.
In this sermon on Philippians 2:1–4, Pastoral Intern Josué Pernillo teaches us about the gospel source of our unity, the gospel experience of unity, and the gospel reaction to unity.
In this sermon on Philippians 1:27–30, Pastoral Intern Josué Pernillo shows that in the gospel we can be united in adversity and that in the gospel we can have courage in adversity.
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In this sermon on Philippians 1:21–26, Pastoral Intern Josué Pernillo teaches that we can live with purpose because Christ is our source of life, our goal in life, and our way of life.
In the book of Philippians, Paul writes not only as a person who is facing difficulties, but to a church that is struggling. A caring pastor and apostle, seeing his friends struggling with the same struggles he himself had, Paul shares with the Philippians the confidence he has in his future joy—the coming joy that we share—and the rooted hope that he has that he will be delivered. In this sermon on Philippians 1:18–20, Josué Pernillo shows how Paul explains this through three points: God’s means of deliverance, deliverance and shame, and deliverance and glory.