I Got Your Back


Dave Gudgel - Jan 10, 2016


When someone says, “I\'ve got your back,” it’s a sign that they care. They’re watching out for you. They are committed to doing all they can to insure your well-being.

This week we begin a new message series in the book of Colossians. At the beginning of this letter, Paul, the writer of Colossians, wants the church at Colossae to know that he cares. That he’s got their back.

What he shares with them is as relevant today as it was when Paul wrote this letter. His words can help all of us learn to care more for others in tangible ways, so that we can honestly say, \"I\'ve got your back.\"

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