What does it really mean to submit to one another as in Christ? Erin Herrman delivers an detailed account of Ephesians 5:21-33. Along the way, she paints a picture of the social structure of an average Roman household to help us understand the dynamics of what the Scripture meant to its original audience. Ultimately, she challenges us to recognize how we can use the power we have to benefit God's upside down Kingdom.
In our last message of the semester and of the school year, our own Erin Herrman reminds us that our hope is secure in Christ and tells us how that impacts the three anchors of Chi Alpha: Real Devotional Life, Real Community, and Real Responsibility.
Do you often wonder about your life's purpose? Do you feel like you just aren't big enough or important enough to make a difference? In this week's message from Luke, our own Erin Herrman shares the story of how Mary came to carry the son of God, showing us how God uses the smallest people for his biggest plans.