We’ve reached the end of our series on Galatians. As we look back over what we’ve learned, Aaron challenges us to allow it to change us, and reminds us that being right isn’t always as important as loving others and creating a space at the table for them.
Marty looks at what it means to put off our covenant of flesh and live in the covenant of promise, being set free for the purpose of being free.
Marty continues our series on Galatians by talking about the promise to Abraham and explaining how Paul makes all who believe children of that promise.
As we continue through the book of Galatians, Aaron looks at what it means to live in grace instead of trying to earn God’s approval.
In week two of our series on Galatians, Marty digs in to reveal just how important God-ordained community was to Paul, and still is for us.
This is the first in an eight-week exegetical look at Galatians. We’ve been really excited about bringing you this series, and Marty starts it off strong, reminding us that everyone has a seat at the table, even “those people.”