The Bible is a collection of books written during different historical periods from different cultural perspectives and contains a variety of genres and languages. A question emerges for all of us who want to get off the curb, crack open this book, and enter into its unfolding story. How do we in the 21st Century read the Bible meaningfully? Lectio Divina or Sacred Reading is a way of reading the Bible that allows us to hear, enter into, and find a home within God’s story.
Dangerous. Revolutionary. Countercultural. Subversive. Praying Matthew 6:11 could ruin your life. “Our bread, that we need, entrust to us day after day.” Just one line could permanetly change you. Kingdom Bread is here. Will you eat? Will you share? You’ve been entrusted!
It all began with a small group of people who shared a dream. Here and now, a new world was being planted. Just as the Rabbi had promised a revolutionary energy surged from them. Will we continur the movement? Will we allow their story to become our story?
Imani’s love is relentless. She visits him in prison over 800 times. She writes letters. In a dreary cell, he contemplates her words: “I love you, I believe in you, You are the best person I’ve ever met.”
I make a quick right, then a left, then another right. 5, 10, 15 minutes later I still can’t find the highway. I’m lost. Frustration and fear set in. I need help. Have you ever been lost?
Kids are special. Their smile, laughter, and imagination invite us to remember that we are all called to help them grow. In the same way, The Letter to the Ephesians invites us to embrace our new identity and calling. What are your gifts? What’s your calling? (10:30 am service)
Kids are special. Their smile, laughter, and imagination invite us to remember that we are all called to help them grow. In the same way, The Letter to the Ephesians invites us to embrace our new identity and calling. What are your gifts? What’s your calling? (9am service)
How do we bring heaven to earth? The Lord’s Prayer invites us to a conversation over bread, debts, and temptation.
A sermon series in Advent that looks closely at the Lord’s Prayer.
How do you read a psalm? If the Psalms are Spiritual food as we journey with the ache, then how do we learn to learn to feast on what they offer? This sermon looks at Psalm 42 and Lectio Divina.
How do we read the Bible? What if we viewed the as a revolutionary script?
This sermon continues our series on the psalms and explores Psalm 8.