In Ephesians, Paul compares the body of believers to a human body. It has many parts, systems, and appendages that must work in unison so that the body functions correctly. Each of us is different and each of us have been given a different “gift” of Christ wherein we excel. We are meant to share that gift, equip others with our gift, and work as a united body under one head which is Jesus Christ.

There are so many divisions in the midst of our culture today: denominations, ideologies, politics, preferences, doctrines, gifting, values, and the list goes on… Our natural tendency is to group up together with those who already agree with us. It is no wonder Jesus calls His followers to radical unity and places a weight of urgency on this topic. In fact, the very mission of God is at risk!

How do we place the same level of urgency Jesus places on unity without losing our distinct identity as christians?

There are so many divisions in the midst of our culture today: denominations, ideologies, politics, preferences, doctrines, gifting, values, and the list goes on… Our natural tendency is to group up together with those who already agree with us. It is no wonder Jesus calls His followers to radical unity and places a weight of urgency on this topic. In fact, the very mission of God is at risk!

How do we place the same level of urgency Jesus places on unity without losing our distinct identity as christians?

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    United In Christ: Christ is Constant
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