Who Do You Say I Am?

Ephesians 3 calls the church, “the manifold wisdom of God made known to the rulers and authorities in the heavenly realms,” but the very few people, inside or outside of the modern church, would describe their experience in those terms.  In modern culture, the church has lost its intrinsic value.  This teaching series is about regaining Jesus’ vision for the church.  He asked his disciples, “Who do you say I am?” when Peter first identified him as the Messiah.  We, as the church, are asking that question of Jesus, “Who do you say we are?”  Each sermon in this series explores one of the primary biblical metaphors used to identify the church.

Ephesians 3 calls the church, “the manifold wisdom of God made known to the rulers and authorities in the heavenly realms,” but the very few people, inside or outside of the modern church, would describe their experience in those terms.  In modern culture, the church has lost its intrinsic value.  This teaching series is about regaining Jesus’ vision for the church.  He asked his disciples, “Who do you say I am?” when Peter first identified him as the Messiah.  We, as the church, are asking that question of Jesus, “Who do you say we are?”  Each sermon in this series explores one of the primary biblical metaphors used to identify the church.