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Faith is often described as certainty…but where does that leave us when we have doubts?
Watch all the films from our 2019 Women’s Conference with Jessica DiSabatino and Geri Fitch
Although our lives revolve around issues of work, rest, play, how much time do we spend thinking about what we're doing when we do these things?
This Holy Week we consider how the journey isn't so much a journey of us towards God, but a journey of God towards us. Easter isn't a self-help system for salvation, but a rescue by a God who loves us.
The parables of Jesus are stories that tell other stories – their depth is found in wrestling with them and exploring them. But when we do so, we discover that these are not simple stories but provocative tales that attempt disrupt us, disturb us, to distort how we see things – they are discourses that are designed to knock us off-track and into a kingdom life.
Our minds, much like our bodies, can be broken by the storms of life. We try to make sense of it, the voices surrounding us try the same, but often the anxiety, overwhelm, depression, or fear remain. What if there was hope in the tempest? Something not beyond but in the midst of the storm?
Advent is a season of preparation. But not preparation for Christmas. Rather it is preparation for the whole year ahead, it’s preparation for everything that might be ahead.
Moments come and go easily in our lives. In the Gospels the average time Jesus took in conversation with people was 42 seconds. An encounter with the life-changing presence that was Jesus...in less than a minute.
Baptism is a profound step in the journey of every Jesus follower. It is a public symbol of what Christ has done for us, and of our commitment to pursue Jesus wholeheartedly. In our teaching today, we engage with the significance of baptism, and what it represents of the much larger story of God’s redemption.
Everybody wants to be the hero but few understand the power of being a Heromaker.
Jesus did it, let’s follow.