Francis Chan: Sold Out to Jesus

The surpassing greatness of Christ is worth our everything.

Francis Chan is pastor of Cornerstone Church in Simi Valley, California, and a popular author and speaker. In this video course, he talks about the supremacy of Christ detailed in Philippians 3. Chan reminds us that fellowship with Christ often comes through suffering. Although we tend to see suffering as a bad thing, this passage shows that it can actually be a blessing. As we are consumed by Jesus and Jesus alone, we begin to understand what really matters in life.

Note: Each course includes both a Leader's Guide and a Participants' Guide.

Session 1

Rejoice in the Lord, Not in What You've Done
The surpassing greatness of Christ is worth our everything.
Video length: 9 minutes

Session 2

Consider Everything Loss
Nothing in this world compares to knowing and walking with Jesus.
Video length: 14 minutes

Session 3

Suffering with Christ
We never want to think about this part of the Christian life.
Video length: 14 minutes

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