I doubt that 2020 will go down in most of our memories as the best year of our lives. There have been difficulties and set backs. Significant events have been canceled or postponed. High school and college seniors missed traditional events. I recently heard of a couple that traveled to a state for their wedding only to find everything locked down. The pastor officiated via zoom. They only later discovered that they were not legally married since the officiant was not present in person. The apostle Paul was acquainted with setbacks and difficulties of his own. However, even from prison he wrote of his joy and encouraged his readers in Philippi to rejoice. What did Paul know that we need to remember as we go into 2021? He had a key perspective that we desperately need for the year ahead. Join us as we examine Paul’s everyday priorities in Philippians 3:1-4:1 that can make 2021 one of the best years of our lives.