Winnipeg readers might remember a popular call-in radio show from the ’70’s called “Beefs and Bouquets.” For 30 seconds, callers could air praise or complaints about something going on in the community. In this spirit, Watershed’s teacher/pastor Paul Patterson thought it’d be fun to write to the 1st century writer of Philippians. Paul the Apostle was a gifted writer and visionary, but he could also be a name-caller and a bragger.
Tags: Philippians 3:1-7, Youth For Christ, Beefs and Bouquets, Gains and Losses
30/7/17 5:10 pm
The famous hymn in Philippians tells us that Jesus was with God, then came to earth as human-yet-divine, died and was resurrected. It’s all a bit much to fathom if you really think about it, especially the resurrection. What can we learn about this mystery through the science of what happens inside a butterfly’s chrysalis as it transforms? This week, theology meets science— please join us.
Tags: Philippians 2:5-11, Metamorphosis, Resurrection, Romans 8:11, Monarch Butterfly