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October 10, 2021
As we work together, recognizing, evaluating and valuing our different ways of engaging conflict, we can invite the best in ourselves and others so that the Body may be Spirit-filled. Following Jesus’ example of true dialogue--listening together for deeper insights and questions--moves beyond the fighting matches or avoidance we often engage in when talking with people with whom we disagree, and offers the possibility of true transformation.
October 03, 2021
Passage: Psalm 136
Duration: 30 mins
In worship, we join our voices with God’s people throughout the world to praise our God, whose steadfast love endures forever. Brought together through the Body and Blood of Christ, we proclaim together the wonders God has shown us!
September 26, 2021
Curiosity and Discovery: Jesus calls us to come into conflict with child-like attitudes, attention, and discovery, focusing on what matters. Since the Holy Spirit brings deep understanding while highlighting difference, we can expect to hear God in surprising ways when we are curious, inviting diversity of opinions and ideas.
September 19, 2021
Making Peace a Practice: Inviting God to grapple with us as we face conflict and work toward healing and reconciliation is a part of our faith journey. The story of Jacob and Esau testifies that when we pay attention to conflict's spiritual significance, we can encounter God and experience blessing in wrestling with conflict and in its transformation.
September 12, 2021
Series: Baptism
Duration: 10 mins
As Jesus entered the waters of baptism, he was named and claimed as beloved before beginning his ministry in the challenges of the desert. In baptism, believers enter into the unknown path of ministry knowing there may be challenges, but assured of God’s presence and love.
September 05, 2021
Live: Just as Jesus lived in ways that were consistent with the Kingdom of God, he invited others to authentically embrace his way in full commitment of their everyday lives. Jesus sends his disciples to embody God’s passion for the world.
August 29, 2021
Equip: Jesus’ time with his disciples was given to teaching, modeling the way of God’s Reign, and preparing them to go. The first disciples, regardless of their own understanding, were being spiritually formed and nurtured into the likeness of Jesus.
August 22, 2021
Invite: Jesus’ mission was one of constant invitation, from the blunt summons of “Come follow” to offering a sense of belonging to God’s family and a place in the Kingdom. Jesus was masterful in offering the invitation to belong.
August 15, 2021
Love: Early in the New Testament, we discover that Jesus was on a mission carried out through his attitude and actions of love. His love for others connected him to people at the point of their need and joining life with them.
August 08, 2021
When Jesus called the first disciples, he offered an invitation and a promise of transformation. If the church is a community of followers who are on the move with Jesus, then we must learn the way of Jesus so that we know the path to follow, and then we must follow with passionate abandon.