This week we talk about the commandment to love one another and how that is really hard, but possible through Christ.
This week we imagine what it means to abide in Christ through the image Jesus gives us of a vine and branches.
This week we look at what it means that Jesus is the Good Shepherd.
This week we look at the community in Acts 4 and how it calls us to an impossible task of loving. We try to release ourselves to God in order for God’s work to be accomplished in and through us.
Christ is Risen! Death has been trampled over by death through our savior Jesus Christ! This week we think about the dead end of death and God’s impossible way through death.
This week we listen to the Christ Hymn and try to live into the pattern of Jesus’ life it sets out. We hope to have this song echo in our lives and shape us more into the shape of the Cross.
This week we talk about what it means to be Gentiles in a Jewish faith. We re-center everything in our lives around Jesus rather than thinking we own Jesus.
This week we learn about what it means to believe and how believing ought to change how we live our lives. We try to imagine how we can go into the world as followers of Christ.
This week we look at Jesus driving out people from the temple and what that might tell us about how we should relate to our religious systems and beliefs. We try to open ourselves to death and therefore resurrection.
This week we talk about what it means to actually follow Jesus. We talk about how commitment to Christ can be a risky and dangerous thing. The Kingdom of God is opposed to the kingdoms of the earth and claim victory without weapons.