Acts 4:13-31. Jesus’ disciples embraced a partnership with Jesus while he was with them, and after his death this partnership not only survived but grew at Pentecost into a new awareness of their mission. Their focus on the Gospel was singular, enthusiastic, and fearless because they realized that the mission of God on earth was absolutely indestructible. That gave them incredible courage and it should do the same for us.
Josiah continues the series ‘The Path to Life’ looking at wisdom in the book of James.
Acts 3:1-10. Miracles were a prominent feature of the early church, and they still exist today. What is the purpose of miracles and how are they connected to the mission of God in the world?
Dan continues the series ‘The Path to Life’ discussing the ‘why’ and ‘how’ of justice and exploring the connection between wisdom and justice.
Acts 2:42-47. Together, in community, we are called by God to care for each other and our community. Don’t stay on the fringe–you were made for community! Our lives together, our bearing of each others burdens, communal worship, and our witness to the world are all part of God’s purpose for us. Let us be good stewards of this community and God’s call to be missional people.
Josiah continues the series ‘The Path to Life’ exploring the topic of how we are are to approach our lives and circumstances when the path before us is unclear or difficult.
We all have a longing to connect with something bigger than ourselves, and there is nothing bigger than God’s mission in this world. Our primary source for understanding how we can connect to God’s mission is to look at the early church in the Book of Acts. Come explore with us how God connects us to something bigger and more eternal than our best life now.
Josiah continues the series ‘The Path to Life’ exploring the nature and value of Godly wisdom and looking at the process through which followers of Christ can pursue growth in wisdom.
John 1:1-14. One of the descriptions the Apostle John gives us of Jesus is that he was “full of grace and truth.” These two words could be opposites, but Jesus demonstrated their complementary relationship by bringing them together in perfect harmony. Let’s consider how Jesus established his kingdom through grace and truth and how we might reflect them to our world.
Josiah kicks off a new year and a new series “The Path to Life: Explorations in Wisdom from the Old and New Testaments”. Join us for worship and study on what true wisdom looks like.