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When somebody asks you, "What do you do?" How do you answer them? Do you tell them about your job? Do you tell them that you're a mother or father?  In Ephesians 6:5-9 Pastor Michael Hughes shows us what the Biblical response should be to that question and how it should affect everything that we do.

Pastor Michael Hughes continues in Ephesians 6:1-4 with part two of a message titled, "Shared Identity" where we examine what God's word has to says about marriage, families, and parenting.

Many people find their identities in what they do. Some identify themselves by where they're from. As we'll hear in pastor Jason Hill's message from 1 John 2:28-3:9, as Christians, we should find our identities in what was done for us and in where we're going.

How do you respond to adversity? When you are afraid, who do you turn to for help? In 1 Samuel 21-23 Pastor Jeremiah examines David's response to fear and adversity, and he reminds us that the first and only place we should run is to the Lord. 

The Bible has a lot of encouragement and instruction when it comes to marriage.  In Ephesians 5:22-33 Pastor Michael Hughes shows us how husbands and wives must always remember that two becoming one means that it's not one against the other, it's each one for the other.

Each summer the church family of Calvary Chapel Emmett gathers for a church service in the middle of Emmett City Park. It's such a blessing to see all of the different services come together for one large service where new friendships are made and fellowship begins.  In this year's message, pastor Michael Hughes shares with us an encouraging message about how we as believers are completed and perfect in Christ alone.

If you've ever seen fraudulent charges on a bank statement then you know how identity theft can feel.  Knowing that another mysterious person has the ability to make purchases or make life changing decisions can hurting, powerless, and feeling violated.  In Ephesians 5:1-21 Pastor Michael Hughes shares that our enemy the devil is always looking for ways to rip off our identities as children of God, but Jesus has and can restore anything that we've lost. He can even give more than we ever dreamed was spiritually possible!   

Have you ever had a gym membership that you didn't use, or didn't use enough?  All of the tools and potential to benefit your health were there and ready to be used, yet somehow the only thing we lacked was motivation.  In Romans 12:3-21 Pastor Jason Hill shares how we can access the right mindset in order to make the most of the spiritual tools and gifts that we've been given.

To Christians the resurrection of Jesus Christ proves that Jesus has the power to forgive sins and that He did for all who would believe.  Yet, the resurrection means so much more than just forgiveness! Take a listen to special guest Pastor Brent Harrell of Calvary Chapel Rome, Italy as he reminds us how the resurrection should change everything about our everyday lives.

Sometimes after a long hard day nothing feels better than to take a refreshing shower or bath and put on new clean clothes. It can make you feel like a new person all together! In Ephesians 4:17-32 Pastor Michael Hughes explains that this idea applies to our spiritual lives as well.

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