Ephesians 6:1-4 (Father’s Day 2020)

These are complicated times. We live in a difficult, confusing, and often frustrating age, and more now than ever does the world desperately need households led by godly dads.
Guest teacher and Minneapolis church planter Patrick Ray shares a Father’s Day message from Ephesians 6:1-4, as well as insight on #BlackLivesMatter, police reform, community well-being, and how we as Jesus-followers ought to respond in light of what the Bible teaches.

Sharing the Gospel with Joy and Confidence

Most people naturally share that which pleases them. We typically don’t hesitate to share about a movie we enjoyed, or a great new restaurant we visited.

Guest teacher and Riverwood “missionary” Patrick Ray, a church planter from North Minneapolis, shows us from John 1 that when people met Jesus, they got excited and couldn’t help but tell others. If you are a Jesus-follower, may this message inspire you to find joy in Jesus, so you, too, can share Him with confidence.

The Greatest Struggle of the Christian Life (Grow in Groups #2)

If someone asked you, “What’s your greatest struggle?” you might be tempted to respond something like “gossip,” or “lust,” or “overeating,” or “spending too much money,” or something else. No matter what your answer, though, THAT is not your greatest struggle.

To learn what your greatest struggle actually is, listen in to guest teacher Patrick Ray, who explains from Hebrews 10:11-14 what our biggest struggle actually is, and how being part of something like a Growth Group can help you radically overcome that struggle.

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