One wouldn’t expect a letter from prison to be filled with joyous thoughts. Being chained to a prison guard for 24-hours a day does not exactly sound like a great time, but the Apostle Paul, in his letter to the Philippians gives us an entirely new definition of life.

This summer we will be studying the book of Philippians, a letter that Paul wrote to the church in Philippi during his first Roman imprisonment in approximately 61 AD.  This letter, called by many commentators  the “Epistle of Joy,” contains some of Paul’s most inspiring and challenging writing.  We hope you join us as we study this ancient letter and discover together what it means for the church nearly 2000 years after it was written.

The audio for the messages in this series can be found in our media section or in iTunes.

Study Guides
The following message study guides are provided for further personal and/or group study.

Philippians 1: 1-6 Study Guide – Intro to Philippians
Philippians 1: 6-11 Study Guide – Brought to Completion
Philippians 1: 12-22 Study Guide  A – Life Defined
Philippians 2: 1-7 Study Guide – Finding Significance
Philippians 2: 5-11 Study Guide Mind of Christ
Philippians 2: 12-17 Study Guide – Living As Light
Philippians 3: 1-9 Study Guide – Righteousness

More to come…