Rejoice in the Good News
Paul was experiencing imprisonment in Rome (1:7, 13, 14, 17) when he wrote this letter to the congregation at Philippi. And yet his letter is full of rejoicing. Paul is rejoicing because the place where he finds his joy is unaffected by suffering. In fact, those difficult circumstances only serve to blow away the loose surface gravel and expose the bedrock sources of joy underneath. Yes, Paul is quick to count his blessing through the book, but even these things, as joy-inducing as they are, are merely aftershocks of the world-shaking joy Paul finds and wants every believer to find in Jesus Christ (3:1; 4:4).

Let all the house of Israel, therefore, know for certain that God has made him both Lord and Christ, this Jesus whom you crucified.” – Acts 2:36
4th – Joy/Full; People of God – Philippians 1:1-11
11th – Joy/Full; People of Purpose – Philippians 1:12-26
18th – Joy/Full; People of Humility – Philippins 2:1-5
25th – Wes Jones – “Youth Missions Sunday”

2nd – Joy/Full; People of Jesus – Philippines 2:3-11
9th – Joy/Full; People of Joy – Philippians 2:17–18
16th – Regan Archer – (TBA)
23rd – James Cox – (TBA)
30th – Joy/Full; People of Perseverance – Philippians 3:7-14
6th – Sunday Summer Serve Day
13th – Craig Broek – The Table of Denver
20th – Joy/Full; People of Peace – Philippians 4:1-9
27th – Regan Archer – (TBA)
3rd – Rejoicing in the Good News; People of Prayer – Philippians 4:4-7