Much of how Jesus encourages his follers to think and act makes little sense to people who are familiar with the ways of the world. If we follow Jesus, we have to get use to thinking “Upside Down”
Luke 4 is the beginning of Jesus ministry, and reveals quite a bit about what the Kingdom of God is not about, and also what it is about. Right Click To Download Powerpoint from this talk (PDF form)
We continue thinking about the mindset of Christ and the Kingdom of Heaven. Today we look at how John the Baptist prepares people for the Kingdom of God.
God often works outside of human expectation, upside-down from what we’d expect. We explore this concept through the text of Luke, chapters 1-2.
As we continue following Jesus through Lent, to the cross, we participate in contemplation on what Jesus may be speaking to us through the story of Mary anointing Jesus’ feet with perfume. May the fragrance of Spirit fill your time with this Scripture.
Exodus discusses what God might be saying to us through the story of the Prodigal Son.
Where should our focus be as we seek to become better disciples of Jesus Christ?
We continue our Lenten series with a look at how Jesus always acts, fighting off evil and healing people. Of course, we experience this only if we are willing.
This is the first of our series on lent. Matt talks about trusting God
We continue in our Epiphany series considering the reality of God’s glory revealed in his writing a new covenant upon our hearts.
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