The power of prayer

What can we do when our families seem to be fragmented, divided, splintering? Have you ever been there? Maybe you and your family are in a bad place today and you are torn up over it. The truth is, relationships are messy because they are made up of sinful people who can’t seem to help hurting each other. Is there hope? Is there anything you can do to fix your family? Over the past few weeks at Watermark, we have been walking through the book of Ephesians. In it, the Apostle Paul is trying to keep a family of believers in and around Ephesus together as a church. He is helping Jewish and Gentile believers come together in Christ… to find their Identity in Him (Ephesians 1) and to build

Who are you?

Who are you? How do you define or “identify” yourself? We might find our identity in lots of ways… physically, vocationally, educationally, relationally… You get the picture. But the truth is, we make a mistake when we identify ourselves first and foremost, vocationally (we might lose our jobs); or physically (our physique will change); or educationally (we will graduate, hopefully); again, you get the picture. My primary identity must be in Jesus Christ! Does your identity in Christ matter most to you? Why does that matter so much? Because, when I define myself primarily in Christ, not in ways culture might prefer, everything I do and everything I am stems from that! Being in Christ

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