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.
This week we work through what judgment is compared to consequences. We wrestle with questions about what is and is not God’s judgment as a church.
Here is our reflection from Craig Keen and a guided prayer from Pastor Chris to help us enter into the season of Lent together
This week we try to imagine our lives in the expectation and glorification of Jesus’ transfiguration. We try to prepare ourselves to see a world where God could come into at any moment. That any regular moment could be transfigured into a moment of God’s glory and power.
This week we interrogate what we consider spiritual and what we consider not spiritual and why. We try to recognize the spiritual significance of everything in our lives, even the things we understand.
This week we learn what the Gospel is from Jesus himself. We try to imagine what it must have sounded like to hear that God’s kingdom was coming in a world that is more distant from actual kingdoms.
This week we learn about how we are called as the church to be shaped by Christ rather than what the world wants us to be shaped as.