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Everyday Joy

Happiness is dictated by our circumstances but joy is not. Join with us as we look at the book of Philippians to discover the secret to everyday joy.


Jeremy Falk
Everyday Joy: Praying Joyfully
Philippians 1:1-11
August 26, 2018

The Bible describes joy in two distinct categories: joy as a specific moment of celebration and joy as a state of mind/way of life. Prayer helps us cultivate both elements of joy in our lives.

Cara Falk
Everyday Joy: Joy in Suffering
Philippians 1:12-26
September 2, 2018

Paul writes the letter of Philippians from prison. He is able to stay joyful in spite of his circumstances by remaining evangelistic, optimistic, and futuristic.

Jeremy Falk
Everyday Joy: Joy Through Unity
Philippians 1:27-2:11
September 9, 2018

There is great joy found in unity and Christian unity is marked by humility and self-sacrifice. We must prioritize these two traits in our polarized climate today so that we might experience everyday joy.

Jeremy Falk
Everyday Joy: Joyful Obedience
Philippians 2:12-18
September 16, 2018

To experience everyday joy, our emphasis must move beyond just trying to be obedient to God. We must evaluate the intentions, motivations, and attitudes that accompany our obedience.

Shaun Marshall
Everyday Joy: Free to Choose Joy
Philippians 3:1-14
September 23, 2018

We can pursue happiness or we can pursue joy. Happiness is dependant on the people and circumstances around us: joy is not.

Jeremy Falk
Everyday Joy: How to Hold On To Joy
Philippians 4:1-19
September 30, 2018

Outside influences are always trying to steal our joy. But we can hold onto joy by developing our interior life instead of trying to control our external surroundings.

Alex Rahill
Everyday Joy: The Secret of Contentment
Philippians 4:10-13
October 7, 2018

Is it possible to be content in every situation? Paul reveals that the secret to contentment is not found in what we have, but in who we know.